Video: Rand Paul on the Economy and the War

BREAKING – (NYTimes) – In Tea Party Victory, Rand Paul Takes Ky. Senate Primary

Rand Paul, one of the early leaders of the Tea Party movement, won the Republican nomination for Senate from Kentucky Tuesday night, delivering a powerful blow to the party’s establishment and offering the clearest evidence yet of the strength of the anti-government sentiment simmering at the grass-roots level. Read More Here

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(MSNBC) – May 17, 2010 – “We Pay The Taliban During The Daytime & At Night They Plant IEDs” Continue reading

MSM: Western troops accused of executing 10 Afghan civilians, including children

(Times) – American-led troops were accused yesterday of dragging innocent children from their beds and shooting them during a night raid that left ten people dead. Continue reading

MSM: US troop death in Afghanistan doubles toll for 2008

(AP) – A bomb attack killed a US service member in Afghanistan, NATO said Sunday, doubling the number of American soldiers killed in the country this year compared with 2008, according to an AFP tally. Continue reading

Video: ‘These people just want to be left alone’

(RealNews) – Sean Smith spent a month embedded with the US Army’s 501st Parachute Regiment in June this year. With inadequate vehicles, relations with Afghan security forces at a standstill and the constant threat of IEDs, the soldiers are losing heart for a fight they feel their presence is only prolonging. Continue reading

Video: DHS Doles Out Fed Cash to Deploy Military LRADs in U.S. Cities

The LRAD devices used against protesters and the residents of Pittsburgh last month were a beta test for things to come. As reported by the Washington Times on October 1, the Department of Homeland Security is doling out federal money to get police departments around the country stocked up on the LRAD weapons. Continue reading

UN: Record number of Afghan civilian deaths in 2009

The United Nations mission in Afghanistan recorded about 1,500 civilian deaths in the first six months of 2009, a 24 percent increase over the previous year and a record in the eight-year-old war. Continue reading

52 percent of U.S. soldiers wounded in Iraq, Afghanistan diagnosed with TBI

Some 52 percent of soldiers severely injured in Iraq and Afghanistan who have come to the U.S. Army’s largest hospital for treatment have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries (TBI), an internal study has found. Continue reading

Western Governments Funding Taliban & Al-Qaeda To Kill U.S. Troops, Destabilize Countries

Sunni terrorist groups armed, funded, and moved around the global chessboard to suit geopolitical agenda of Anglo-American establishment Continue reading

The war off the battlefield

Phil Aliff, a member of Iraq Veterans Against the War, draws on his own experience with the military’s inadequate mental health care system to make sense of the tragic shooting of five U.S. soldiers in Iraq by an Army sergeant being treated for symptoms of PTSD. Continue reading

MSM: Afghans riot over air-strike atrocity

Shouting “Death to America” and “Death to the Government”, thousands of Afghan villagers hurled stones at police yesterday as they vented their fury at American air strikes that local officials claim killed 147 civilians. Continue reading

And So It Goes … – Dahr Jamail

Last week found Iraq swimming in blood once again. Attacks last Thursday brought the worst violence Iraq has seen in over a year, with at least 96 Iraqis killed and 157 wounded in two massive suicide bombings. Over 35 bombings have rocked Baghdad this month alone. There appears to be no end in sight for the escalating violence. For an Obama administration that plans to keep at least 50,000 US troops in Iraq indefinitely, look no further for a justification in doing so. Continue reading

US Predators Provoke Pakistan

Commenting to the New York Times about the rapidly deteriorating situation in Pakistan, Admiral Dennis Blair, the Director of National Intelligence, admitted,  “No one that I have talked to has come up with a grand strategy for that area.” Continue reading

Surging towards a US-NATO Military Disaster: Obama’s Escalating War in Central and South Asia

On February 18, President Barack Obama ordered 17,000 additional U.S. troops deployed to Afghanistan. Obama’s announcement will result in a major escalation of America’s bloody occupation of that war-ravaged country. Continue reading

MSM: SI2 Technologies Announces DARPA Award for Traumatic Brain Injury Sensor System

SI2 Technologies (SI2), a Massachusetts-based conformal and flexible electronic systems company, has announced that it has been awarded Small Business Innovation Research Phase II funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop the next generation of helmet-mounted sensors which can detect events associated with traumatic brain injuries (TBI). The Phase II contract could total up to approximately $1 million if the option for additional funding is exercised.
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