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Recovering from Authoritarian Simpatico Syndrome (ASS)

alret"Because the cops don’t need you and man they expect the same"
By Phil Rockstroh

W itnessing the acts and utterances of Republican presidential candidates can be regarded as a helpful psychological exercise, a type of “exposure therapy” involving the development of methods used to bear the presence of unbearable people who insist on evincing the history of human ignorance, duplicity and insanity.

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Don’t Reinvade Iraq

al-maliki-allawiby Jacob G. Hornberger

After those bogus WMDs failed to materialize in Iraq, the U.S. government changed its rational for invading and occupying the country to one purportedly intended to bring freedom and democracy to Iraq. Countless Iraqis have been killed, maimed, tortured, and incarcerated without trial during the past 9 years of occupation, and the entire country has been destroyed, but U.S. officials say that it’s all worth it because freedom and democracy have been brought to Iraq.

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The 'Israel Firster' brouhaha

Since Rabin's assassination in 1995, Israel's government has been dominated by right-wingers by MJ Rosenberg

I wonder what happened to Israel - by which I mean the actual country and its seven million people.

It still exists, thank God, but one would hardly know it from the way its supposed supporters discuss it in the United States.

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Iraqi prime minister woos US businesses

Photo by ReutersBy John Terrett

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki met with US business leaders on Tuesday, the second day of his visit to Washington DC.

He told them that instead of military generals leading the way in Baghdad's future, it would be business owners and captains of industry like them.

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Al-Shabab starts tweeting

Photo by ReutersBy Nazanine Moshiri

@HSMPress which stands for Harakat Al-Shabab Al Mujahideen is not following anyone on Twitter, yet. In a week, however, it has accumulated 2,500 followers and that number is certain to grow.

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