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War & Peace

The Plea of Julian Assange

By John ServaisOn Aug 19, 2012

Julian Assange stood only an inch or two from the certainty of instant capture and imprisonment for life - and spoke with courage to the world. Our United States leads [...]

From the Political Junkie: A Sobering Reminder at the Old Settlers Parade

By Riley SweeneyOn Jul 31, 2011

PLEASE: I urge you to view this article over at my blog, where I am able to embed pictures. This is the sort of thing that needs to be both [...]

Egypt - one writer’s perspective

By John ServaisOn Feb 02, 2011

When this website was younger and less widely read, I easily wrote what I thought on an almost daily basis. In 2001 and 2003, during 9/11 and the run up to the invasion [...]

Violence was legitimized by Sarah Palin

By John ServaisOn Jan 09, 2011

Palin extremism does have consequences. She will not learn from the tragic shootings in Arizona. She will genuinely be in denial and not have a clue - she and all [...]

TSA protecting us from terrorists

By John ServaisOn Nov 27, 2010

This is a YouTube video of 12 minutes. James Fallows has the link posted on his blog and I thought it would be good to let local readers know of this. [...]

The Radical Center and the Outer Limits

By Paul deArmondOn Nov 20, 2009

Did you every wonder what was really going on inside the racist right? Usually caricatured by stereotypes of bed-sheeted Klansmen and goose-stepping neo-Nazis, the racist right continually flashes across the [...]

War and Information control

By John ServaisOn Aug 11, 2008

The power of censorship and news control is on display for all who care to look around. Today, the online maps of the country of Georgia have no roads. None. [...]

Benazir Bhutto is dead

By John ServaisOn Dec 27, 2007

9 pmSome links. Juan Cole has his first take posted regarding the killing of Bhutto. Arianna Huffington knew her well and posted a personal remeberance. CNN reports with some amazing information [...]

International Justice Clinic

By John ServaisOn Dec 06, 2007

Do we Americans believe in human rights? Do we believe that “all” are equal and have rights as our Declaration of Independence says we believe - or only citizens of [...]

Wounded veterans

By John ServaisOn Nov 23, 2007

20,000 Iraq & Afghan veterans with brain injuries are not counted as wounded by the Pentagon. Charming. Not surprising. USA Today has the report in today’s issue. Very nice to [...]

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