Saturday, March 28, 2020

Tag: Iraq War

The Iraq War has cost the US nearly $2 trillion

The bill of war to the U.S. to date would be an estimated $1,922 billion in current dollars.

Civil war in Iraq? Is Dubai safe? Or World War 3:...

Iran will never even try to indulge in a one-on-one war with the United States.

Kerry’s endorsement of Biden fits: Two deceptive supporters of the Iraq...

The former vice president has powerful backers in corporate media, wealthy circles and the Democratic Party establishment.

Iraqis rise up against 16 years of ‘made in the USA’...

“Protesters are demanding the overthrow of a political class seen as corrupt and serving foreign powers."

Study finds Iraqi children born near US base have increased rates...

“The radioactive footprint of the military could be cleaned up if we had officials who wanted to do so.”

The legacy of infinite war

Special ops, generational struggle, and the Cooperstown of commandos.

Trump’s recycling program

In many countries, covering up war crimes would itself merit prosecution; in Washington, it earns a promotion.

Global special ops out of control under Trump

Elite commandos deployed to 149 countries in 2017.

Autopilot wars

Sixteen years, but who’s counting?

Let the media coverage of Manchester victims be a model for...

“These terrorist attacks are not confined to Europe. They take place every single day in Iraq, in Syria, in Afghanistan, in Pakistan and Yemen, Bahrain.”

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The invisible candidate and the progressive lion

As Americans on the progressive left might have expected, the one politician who is responding with the seriousness and the kind of reassuring competence that his fellow citizens need in such a difficult time, is Bernie Sanders.

Who will win the US presidential election 2020: A prediction as to the winner...

There is no doubt that Bernie will give a tough competition to Trump but if Russia provides any kind of data support to trump, he will outplace Bernie.

Trump will not use Defense Production Act to order manufacturing of vital medical equipment

With prices rising, supplies lacking, and healthcare officials working endlessly, the importance of vital medical equipment should not be negotiable.

Our #1 objective must be: Drastically reduce the fear and panic among Americans

Fear begets fear, panic begets panic, but only if we allow it to continue to happen.