After the horrific murder of 9 U.S. citizens in an ambush in Mexico, the Senator from Arkansas thinks invasion and war might just be the answer.
The one you didn't see in your school history books.
The heartwarming story of stolen lands, forced enslavement, and mass slaughter of men. women, and children. Bon Appetit!
As you'd expect, not much human empathy there.
Soon after taking office, President Obama pledged to open a new inquiry into the deaths of perhaps thousands of Taliban prisoners of war at the hands of U.S.-allied Afghan fighters in late 2001. Now it says it has concluded its investigation – but won’t make it public.
In his first year in office, President Barack Obama pledged to “collect the facts” on the death of hundreds, possibly thousands, of Taliban prisoners of war at the hands of U.S.-allied Afghan forces in late 2001. Almost four years later, there’s no sign of progress.
n memory of Allison Krause, William Schroeder, Jeffrey Miller, and Sandra Scheuer. Forty-three years ago today, four dead in Ohio.
The last of the funerals have been held for the 27 victims of the Newtown massacre, the worst grade school shooting in U.S. history. On Friday, mourners held a moment of silence at the Newtown memorial site and across the country to mark the first week since the 20 children and seven adults were killed. On Christmas Day, visitors from neighboring areas flocked to Newtown’s memorial site to honor the dead.
In this timely essay, Bill urges us to remember the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre by name. He also rejects the notion of doubling down on guns and body armor as a response, and encourages all of us to work hard on
"This isn't just Columbine."
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