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Gen. Breedlove Announces More Aid to Ukraine Military, Denounces Russian ‘Militarization’   Recently updated !

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute   Gen. Breedlove Announces More Aid to Ukraine Military, Denounces Russian ‘Militarization’   On the heels of US Vice President Joseph Biden’s trip to Ukraine this week, NATO Supreme Allied Commander for Europe, Gen. Philip Breedlove, is in Kiev today pledging increased military assistance to the US-backed government there. […]

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Freedom and Democracy Are No Excuse for U.S. Interventions Overseas

By Michael S. Rozeff LewRockwell.com   Freedom and Democracy Are No Excuse for U.S. Interventions Overseas   When U.S. governments take Americans into war, we hear them justify it as a fight for freedom. Often they rationalize it as an anti-tyranny fight, a pro-peace fight and a pro-democracy fight. Freedom appeals to Americans. It is […]


Another US-Supported Group Goes Over to ISIS

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute Another US-Supported Group Goes Over to ISIS   Yet again a US-backed group in the Middle East/South Asia region has thrown in their lot with ISIS. Antiwar.com blog reports  that Jundallah, a terrorist organization based in southern Iran and western Pakistan which fights to overthrow the Iranian government, has pledged […]

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Wanted: A New Foreign Policy (Video)

Wanted: A New Foreign Policy Published by NextNewsNetwork Published on Nov 12, 2014 Texas Congressman Jeb Hensarling has his pants caught on a nail regarding terrorism-risk insurance. But, you may ask, what is terrorism-risk insurance? Well, after the “9-11” terrorism events, Congress created the 2002 Terrorism Risk Insurance Act. According to Hensarling’s op-ed column today […]

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