Monthly Archives: November 2013

Exit Sign

It hasn’t come up much recently, but there are still U.S. troops in Afghanistan. For some reason or other. Negotiations with the Afghan government for dragging that along even further are (thankfully) running aground: Afghan President Hamid Karzai has rejected … Continue reading

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Death Panels & Redistribution

A key driver in the self image of the U.S., at least as defined by those claiming rule over its residents and the favored “intellectuals” of said rulers, is Exceptionalism, the idea that the U.S. as a nation resides on … Continue reading

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