Monthly Archives: April 2012

No Work

What we’re leaving behind today, at record pace, is what­ever belief we might once have had in the value of unstructured time: in the privilege of contemplating our lives before they are gone, in the importance of uninterrupted conversation, in … Continue reading

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April 24, 2012

US military occupation forces in Afganistan and Iraq under Commander-in-Chief Obama suffered 52 casualties in the week ending April 24, as the official casualty total for the Iraq and AfPak wars* rose to 113,119. The total includes 79,494 casualties since … Continue reading

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April 18, 2012

US military occupation forces in Afganistan and Iraq under Commander-in-Chief Obama suffered 84 casualties in the period ending April 17, as the official casualty total for the Iraq and AfPak wars* rose to 113,067. The total includes 79,493 casualties since … Continue reading

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April 10, 2012

US military occupation forces in Afganistan and Iraq under Commander-in-Chief Obama suffered 300 casualties in the period ending April 10, as the official casualty total for the Iraq and AfPak wars* rose to 112,983. The total includes 79,493 casualties since … Continue reading

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State-Sponsored Terror

So Iran is supporting rebels fighting a dictatorship in one country (Yemen) and supporting the dictatorship in another (Syria). In those two countries, the U.S. is doing exactly the reverse: propping up the Yemeni dictatorship while arming the Syrian rebels. … Continue reading

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April 3, 2012

US military occupation forces in Afganistan under Commander-in-Chief Obama suffered 52 casualties in the period ending April 3, as the official casualty total for the Iraq and AfPak wars* rose to 112,683. The total includes 79,479 casualties since the US … Continue reading

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