The US investigation in the fatal Salala attack is plainly just an eyewash. What else could it be, even if granted for argument’s sake, that it was an innocent human error that led up to the assault culminating into the slaughter of our at least 26 unsuspecting soldiers and the wounding of their over a dozen mates.
The Iranian government is reported to have signed an agreement with the Afghan government under which Tehran has agreed to supply to Kabul one million tons of diesel, petrol and jet fuel annually.
Just unbelievable but so convenient. Isn’t it this US investigation report on their criminal fatal aggression on our Salala border posts that it took the NATO officers about 90 minutes to notify their senior commander the “mistake’ and by that time the assault had already stopped?
The president is presidential. While he governs from the White House, in charge of the interests of U.S. citizens, the Republicans deplete themselves in televised debates that will certainly be entered into the record books. Not for their appeal, but for their number (18 since the first on May 5 on Fox News). [Read more]
<b>On Dec. 18, the U.S. military completely withdrew from Iraq. Analysts claim that the withdrawal of the U.S. Army benefits Iran.</b>
America’s wars in Afghanistan and Iraq exerted significant pressure on Iran’s eastern and western borders. To the east of Iran, there was the U.S. Army in Afghanistan. To its west [Read more]
<b>Almost nine years after it began, the American invasion of Iraq ends this week. This war has been a disaster.</b>
The last soldiers to leave Iraq, those in the 1st Cavalry Division of the 3rd Brigade Special Troops Battalion, leave behind them a country in a sorry state. It will be years before Iraq finds [Read more]
<b>The former contender in the fight for the U.S. presidency now cuts a good figure in the U.S. State Department. She has attitude.</b>
One photograph especially represents the past year. It showed the U.S. president and his entourage in the White House situation room as they followed the live broadcast of Osama bin [Read more]
As official U.S. State Department representative Mark Toner stated in response to protests against official results of presidential elections in Russia, “We support rights of every human to peacefully demonstrate protest in every part of the world. And Russia is not excluded.”
It is hard not to agree with the [Read more]
An old newsletter containing outrageous attacks against America's minorities has caught up with Republican Ron Paul. He denies everything, but not very convincingly.
Given Ron Paul’s checkered political past and racist fan base, why take the risk of voting for him?