Blackwater founder Erik Prince tells MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell about his plan to privatize the war in Afghanistan.
Not to be outdone by Faux "news," Fox-lite, otherwise known as CNN, has decided that wingnut Islamophobe neocon Frank Gaffney is an expert on foreign policy.
There's such a fog of war surrounding our invasion and occupation of Iraq that we're still trying to rationalize 4,000+ military deaths. And that doesn't speak well to our involvement in Afghanistan.
And still they blather on about cuts.
While discussing whether Gov. Mitch Daniels is going to support Richard Mourdock, who just defeated incumbent Sen. Richard Lugar from his home state of Indiana and Mourdock's statement that his idea of compromise equals Democrats voting with
Cue the talk about "finishing the mission": Gunmen launched multiple attacks in the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday, assaulting Western embassies in the heavily guarded, central diplomatic area and at the parliament in the west, witnesses
I'm taking a risk by writing this post but I think it's worth it to consider all aspects of our involvement in Afghanistan. The video above is from Assignment Earth, a PBS series. It details some of the alternative energy solutions being
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) Despite Vice President Joe Biden's assurances that we will not continue our occupation of Afghanistan past 2014, Senator Lindsey Graham has other ideas. I want an enduring relationship with Afghanistan past 2014
(Cameron and Obama - meanwhile, back in the UK . . . .) [media id=17702] Seems there is an air of confusion everywhere as to just what our Afghan
This is just disgusting. With all the problems we're having at home we're still pouring all this money into the war machine. I can only hope that
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