The U.S. government needs to realize they can no longer get away with these aggressive military operations; especially in the Middle East. It is time we put a stop to these endless wars and massive military costs.
While the White House claims that Seymour Hersh's explosive story is "riddled with inaccuracies," Hersh sits down in an exclusive interview with Democracy Now to discuss the assassination of Osama bin Laden and responds to criticism.
The U.S. government has angered many countries because of their long history of highly aggressive military actions, but there seems to be no plan of stopping. It would be smart to listen to the other countries and simmer down in the military department before it is too late.
The U.S. and its citizens are inundated with massive debt as a nation, government, and society. It seems like an impossibility to get this issue under control, especially when a majority of funding goes directly to endless wars.
After it was reported that more than 600 service members suffered from chemical exposure in Iraq, the undersecretary of the Army issued an apology this week. The scandal goes deeper with its lack of proper medical treatment for these service members.
The massacre in northern Nigeria has killed and injured hundreds, possibly thousands. Boko Haram, a military terrorist group in Africa, is responsible for this horrific attack.