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Presidential Concern over Guantanamo Bay; Drone Strikes


President Obama addressed two important concerns: a new era in the war on terror, and an ending of a foul complication of that war, the ongoing detention of terror suspects in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Harold & Kumar Ultimate Collector’s Edition

Whether you watch it sober or not, the Harold & Kumar trilogy offers plenty of humor. Read More »

Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Trial Begins at Guantanamo Bay

The long awaited trial of terrorist suspects at Guantanamo Bay is now in its early stages. Read More »

Ron Paul Scores a Close Second in Iowa Straw Vote

Libertarian and Tea Party favorite Ron Paul has much to say in debates, and in the Iowa Straw Poll. Read More »

New Information from WikiLeaks: bin Laden, The September 11 Attacks, and More

A readable summation of new information from just-released WikiLeaks documents. Read More »

I Pledge Allegiance to Me Me Me and Forget About You You YOU!

We are fighting for the conscience of America. Our personal greed and fear destroy us. Read More »

The Media Burial Of WikiLeaks

It’s very strange that arguably one of the biggest news stories in the world right now is being virtually ignored. Read More »

Terrorist Bomber/Conspirator Guilty of One Count in Civilian Court

A review of the trial and subsequent press coverage of Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani Read More »

Book Review: Ruins By Achy Obejas

Bittersweet novel of a Cuban man whose revolutionary fervor alienates his friends and family. Read More »

Book Review: Inside America’s Concentration Camps: Two Centuries Of Internment And Torture by James L. Dickerson

A troubling look at some of the darker aspects of American history. Read More »