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Reading the Constitution

Since the members of Congress, like those of us in the military, take an oath to support and defend the Constitution of the US, it’s a darned good thing that they read it regularly–and publicly is a good idea. The problem lies with the...

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Firing McChrystal was the right thing to do

I don’t often agree with President Obama, but General Stan McChrystal, a great general, blew it and is suffering the logical consequences of his actions. Granted that there is no apparent evidence that he ever spoke negatively about his...

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Corruption in Afghanistan

I heard a talking-head tonight make the point that the Afghan leadership is corrupt, therefore we simply can’t win there, because what Afghans are going to support a corrupt leader? Good question, but the answer is “almost all of them...

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Obama is not anti-American

While I am not a fan of President Obama, I don’t think that he’s anti-American—he’s just not pro-American. Since his parents were not raised in America they had no American values to teach him. He never had any traditional American values or roots;...

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Stability in Iraq

One of the very smart things that is going on in Iraq just now is that Kurds and Iraqi are training together. This helps break down the generations of distrust. Indeed, on 27 May and a police training school conducted by NATO forces, the several...

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Islam and war

There are a lot of interesting, if inaccurate, things going around the internet about the role of war and fighting in Islam. Most claim that Islam, regardless of it’s statements to the contrary, is absolutely not a religion of peace. It is...

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Helping change the culture

Traditionally, Afgan women were invisible and not expected to be anything more than housewives and caregivers. This year, Khawja Omari district women are actively engaged in educating themselves and learning new trades. A venue was created for the...

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