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Obama, Ground Troops and Congressional Approval

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The air campaign against the Islamic State has entered its 43rd day since bombing officially began on the 8th of August[1]. Today, the Rafale fighters of our gallant French allies destroyed an ISIS logistical depot in north-eastern Iraq[2], marking the first sorties by non-US aircraft in the war and coming only 2 weeks after NATO’s […]

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“Freedom From Fear” – Tres Años de la Reforma Sanitaria en Estados Unidos

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Recordando 2008 – ¿Por qué la Reforma Sanitaria en Estados Unidos? “La prueba de nuestro progreso no es si añadimos más a la abundancia de los que tienen mucho, sino si le proporcionamos suficiente para aquellos que tienen poco” – Franklin Delano Roosevelt La memoria política es la más corta y la más frágil de […]

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Bye Bye Bashar (IV)

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The Syrian Civil War has reached a potential crisis point, with the alleged use of chemical weapons on in a large scale attack by the forces of Bashar Al Assad and the increasingly probable military intervention of the United States and some small coalition of allied states in response to this attack. The American response […]

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A Vision Without Vigor

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This article deals with the President’s Climate Action plan; it is complimentary to “America’s Bright Energy Future.” The previous article explored the implications of the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) report[1] on World Shale Oil and Shale Gas reserves. The report showed that the world’s largest reserves of shale oil and gas are within the borders […]

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

John Adams

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