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    Iran tensions escalate

    British Major General Chris Ghika, the number two officer in the US led coalition fighting ISIS in Syria and Iraq, briefed Pentagon reporters on Tuesday and directly disputing what the Trump administration has been saying for the past ten days about Iran. As the New York Times reports, "The rare public dispute highlights a central problem for the Trump administration as it seeks to rally allies and global opinion against Iran."
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    2020 Election

    I'm Frank--Ohio, remember our discussion about "assume nothing". You have not done anything but denigrate "peoples" opinions, maybe it's a habit from your previous occupation.
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    2020 Election

    kristin 1 ❤ My beloved grandmother was born in 1911 and died in 2009. I grew up hearing real stories of the depression she lived thru and the real results of the New Deal. The sidewalks in her town were made by men working in the CCC. She deeply loved FDR and voted Democrat her whole life. At 98 years old, she walked to the grade school down the street to vote for Obama in 08, 2 months before she died. I'm glad she isn't here to see what a disgrace the Democratic party is now. 42 Belvedere Jimmy - you should have also brought up FDR's Second Bill of Rights. It was based on economic principles. It was probably the most progressive legislation ever outlined by an American president. You are absolutely correct in your declaration that the corporate wing of the Dems is devoted to avoiding mentioning FDR or entertaining any comparisons of him to the spineless inheritors of his legacy. MrWebster Thomas Frank has answered the question in the title. Establishment/centrist democrats will not endorse progressive values because they don't believe in them, and in fact hate, despise, and dismiss progressives. Frank has said the Clinton/establishment wing will never concede anything to progressives. Period. Clinton could have chosen a progressive for VP to unite the party, but instead she gave the finger to Sander supporters and picked essentially a mild mannered corporatist.
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    Iran tensions escalate

    I could see what the "people" say would irk you if your a corporate democrat or a Bolton supporter. I don't have a problem posting what everyday "people" think, I guess that makes me ignorant and prone to babbling in your eyes.
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    Iran tensions escalate

    Laura Beaudoin Mike - watching from Canada - I am horrified that people in the US are even considering corporate-owned two-faced politicians - like biden, harris, pelosi, schumer, mayor pete, orourke et al their ilk - BACK into running and ruining your country! I sincerely wish we had Sen. Sanders and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard here in Canada!! God help you all - to FINALLY vote for people who WILL stand up for you - NOT corporations/big banks/wall street/lobbyists! David J Because the Middle-East could always use one more war. War mongerers like Bolton are always complaining about refugees, yet it's their wars that keeps creating refugees. So now they're gearing up to create another million refugees. 1 day ago Dana Kaboom Bolton says he would do Iraq all over again. Knowing what he knows now. Raven The Witch Queen FINALLY someone is calling out these cold blooded reptilian psychopaths!! Bernie is one of the few REAL humans left in politics, most of em sold out long ago!! Nancy Mesek 2 ❤ Bernie is correct, once again. Tulsi’s ad was terrific too!
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    Iran tensions escalate

    I am no better and neither are you We are the same, whatever we do You love me, you hate me, you know me and then You can't figure out the bag I'm in I am everyday people, yeah yeah
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    Iran tensions escalate

    Canthama The boss. Putin is a unique leader, a rare one. Congrats Russia. 5 months ago 92 REPLY View 33 replies Richie Blackmore. The "evil dictator" knows there's more to life/society/national security/democracy than spending on killing, war, intimidation, chaos, genocide and imperialism. Excellent Leadership. 5 months ago 24 REPLY Dragoslav Stojanovic What luck must a nation have that has such a president. Bravo Putin! Bravo Rusija! Our hope against the warmongers and child murderers of NATO, our hope against the enslavement and dumbing down of the peoples. Thank you!!! 5 months ago 40 REPLY View 6 replies · doubleplusgood · ʞɐǝdsʞɔnp · This is fascinating, at a time when NATO is goading Russia into spending more money on militarisation. Clearly Putin has better ideas than to spend money on more and more weapons. He also links the security of the state to these things. 5 months ago 109 REPLY View 11 replies Gordon Fernandes A balanced president. He know his countries priorities. But also keeps his one finger on the trigger. Locked & loaded. Meaning : Always looking over his shoulders, like the KGB. 5 months ago (edited) 13 REPLY Jozef Ciszewski Why is it that in Russia the President is always on top of things ? Where in the west every corporation, military gangsters do whatever they want without even reporting anything to the President. Oh I see, in the west they run the Presidents, where in Russia President is the boss. Isn't it how it should be? Hmm. 5 months ago 132 REPLY View 57 replies etniks This is the correct approach for USA to follow given their whole economy is captive to the Military Industrial Complex, forcing their leaders to constantly be at war somewhere to justify the trillion dollars per year they receive (in excess 10 times more than Russias military budget) 5 months ago (edited) 51 REPLY View 12 replies Jerry Raju Clear,solid, precise and to the point with a clear vision and pinpointing the shortcomings.This is a very good lesson and a case study. I highly doubt whether the successor of Vladimir Putin could live with the standards set by the Putin 5 months ago 11 REPLY Altervideo.ch Perfect example of where the state can and should interfere in private enterprise. In some circumstances the state has a capacity for long-term and strategic thinking which private enterprise is incapable of doing. 5 months ago 36 REPLY View 6 replies Brahim Lakhel Vladimir Putin best président for ever, long life to you and to your country and your people, God bless Russia
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    Iran tensions escalate

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    Iran tensions escalate

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    Iran tensions escalate

    Where do you get your info from?
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    Iran tensions escalate

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    Iran tensions escalate

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    Iran tensions escalate

    WHO ARE YOU?
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    Iran tensions escalate

    TajMarie Until we fight and actively protest the military-industrial complex, we will not attain domestic initiative; universal healthcare, free college, infrastructure repair and construction, the launching of a green economy . . . nothing. Kirby M The US goes around creating tension so we have an excuse to build up its military. We will never accept peace because there is no profit in it. GraeMatterz This is what Eisenhower warned us of during his farewell speech. If the MIC can keep us scared, we will keep them fat. The MSM is complicit. They know on which side their bread is buttered. Why else would there be a commercial for the F-35 during the Superbowl, the most expensive ad slot on television? Viewers certainly can't go out and buy one. It's to get positive coverage of them in the news and to help push their agenda. And how about that tag line at the end of the commercial? "We never forget who we're fighting for." Subtext: So you better pay up or we'' go fight for somebody else. Therein lies the problem. How do we wrest control of our military budget away from the MIC that is controlling it without having them turn on us in the process? DaveLH The USA is the country equivalent of a terrified and paranoid backwoodsman who hordes 100 guns and rifles that he'll never actually use -- Or if he does, it will have a tragic ending. And the Pentagon just asked for $30 million to pay wages to "moderate rebels" in Syria...because people might not really want to overthrow their government if the US doesn't pay them a good salary to do it. Gavin Erickson The government should control the weapons manufacturers, not the other way around; that being said, the people should control the government. James Rossi It is now the Terrorism Industrial Complex. Just mention the T word and everyone jumps on board. And let’s remember what Eisenhower really wanted to call it. The Military Industrial Congressional Complex. TheBlazersfan22 now i wonder why america loses so many wars all time when they spend so much on the military . XD Vietnam loss, iraq loss, afghanistan not going anywhere and i don't think america is winning the war on terror since we are creating it. So i guess we're losing? krim belkacem the military industrial complex is the real and only terrorist !! they need to keep producing this enemy so they can sell more weapons and increase the millitary budget! if people stand up against the true terrorist there will be no more isis no more alqaida no more terrorisme! the true question is : to whoom profit the crime!? to whoom profit terrorism?! and the answer is easy the military industrial complex
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    Iran tensions escalate

    David Cox Once again the USA proves that it is the greatest threat to world peace. Instead of directing all of its energy to addressing climate change it creates more warfare. Shame in the USA.

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