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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Monday, October 29, 2012

29 October - It Was News Last Year

Policy Roundtable “Food Security with Sovereig...
Policy Roundtable “Food Security with Sovereignty in the Americas” (Photo credit: OEA - OAS)
Pentagon (Photo credit: gregwest98)
Snow Fall in Aghjabadi
Snow Fall in Aghjabadi (Photo credit: U.S. Army Europe Images)
Film Fun, Soldier Arms! (September 1941) .. Wy...
Film Fun, Soldier Arms! (September 1941) .. Wyoming drawing up doomsday bill to plan for fall of the United States (26th February 2012) ...item 2a / 2b.. Picture - Kid Rock & Sheryl Crow ... (Photo credit: marsmet511)
English: Website seizure notice posted by the ...
English: Website seizure notice posted by the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security at http://www.channelsurfing.net/ (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Sergio Aguayo Quezada - mexican drug wars
Sergio Aguayo Quezada - mexican drug wars (Photo credit: openDemocracy)
Ford today celebrates the company’s 350 millio...
Ford today celebrates the company’s 350 millionth vehicle (Photo credit: Ford APA)
Apr 24 2009  U.S. troops may fight drug war in Mexico
We knew this was coming but it's still jarring to see and it is the dead wrong approach to combating Mexico's drug problems.
The Pentagon and Homeland Security Department are developing contingency plans to send National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexican border under a $350 million initiative that would expand the U.S. military's role in the war on drugs
Joy Olson, executive director of the Washington Office on Latin America, which promotes democracy and human rights in the region, said the request lacks the accountability provisions...."They may say that this is for the National Guard, but the way it's written it is really a blank check for the Defense Department to do whatever it wants on counter-drug issues at the border -- and it doesn't say which side of the border"
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