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Conspiracy Theory: Was John Kerry the Victim of an Assassination Attempt?


Let me begin by saying that here at Common Sense, I am not a believer in conspiracy theories. All history proves that in even relatively closed societies, conspiracies suffer from an inverse square law of revelation. That is to say that the probability of a conspiracy successfully being kept secret declines in an inverse square […]


Bye Bye Bashar (V)


The Syrian Civil War continues to take a bloody toll of lives, with a level of human and material destruction that can be justly described as catastrophic. It is also irreparable: though property can be rebuilt and businesses restarted, the loss of lives and livelihoods will set the country back by at least a generation, […]


Poker Night with Vlad and Bashar


The debate in the West whether to authorize or not a strike against the forces of Bashar al-Assad gets, in the words of Lewis Carroll, “curiouser and curiouser.”[1] Since the initial warning by intelligence agencies that chemical weapons might have been used in a large scale attack against civilians on the outskirts of Damascus, the […]


“Our obligations to our country never cease but with our lives.“

John Adams


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