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Top US Officials Guilty of War Crimes

admiral-michael-mullenMore than 30 top U.S. officials, including presidents G.W. Bush and Obama, are guilty of war crimes or crimes against peace and humanity “legally akin to those perpetrated by the former Nazi regime in Germany,” the distinguished American international law authority Francis Boyle charges.

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Protesting US 'Right To Work' law

Michiganby John Terrett

An elderly man grabbed my arm as I was weaving through the crowd outside the Capitol building in Michigan's capital city, Lansing.

"Please tell the world I spent 30 years in the car industry and the United Auto Workers union got me my small pension - just enough to pay my light bill - but I'm grateful."

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Ten Really Fascinating People of 2012

assange-asylumLet's think about this. What does it take to be named in the top ten list of the most fascinating people of the year? Some of the lists that have been announced leave much to be desired.

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Washington's Budget Con Game

congressIf the “fiscal cliff” controversy isn’t enough to convince you this government is one big fraud, what will it take? The budget mess was delivered to us by the same people who every step of the way claimed to be acting in our best interest.

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Will US Vision of Middle East Change on the Road to Damascus?

israeli-weaponsIt is unlikely that American leaders, from the State Department to the White House to the Pentagon will seize the Syria-opportunity as a turning point in helping bring calm and stability to the Middle East. Obama failed miserably during his first term to get Israelis and Palestinians to the negotiating table, forcefully if needed be; for Israel in general, and Benjamin Netanyahu in particular, possesses a predatory level of influence in the American political scene. But, will an enlightened Obama now on his second and final term in office fall off his horse on his way to Damascus… and get a new vision on America’s role in the Middle East and, hopefully, beyond that region?

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