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George W. Bush’s Art of Legacy

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Painter George

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Tortured Artist

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Is Rand Paul Right That Dick Cheney Invaded Iraq for Halliburton Profits?

Many commentators have argued that Rand sounds like a leftist, and they have a point.

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NSA Uses Corporate News to Spread Propaganda and Silence Dissent

Investigative reporter Glenn Greenwald published an expose this week detailing how the NSA has been feeding “propaganda” to various news publications, which have happily played along.

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Triggering Ft. Hood

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Ft. Hood

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Fort Hood and the True Cost of Iraq, Afghanistan Wars: Nearly 1 Million Traumatized by PTSD

The Fort Hood shooter who left three victims dead Wednesday had been being assessed for post-traumatic stress disorder. He had served for four months at the tail end of the Iraq War in 2011 and suffered from anxiety and depression.

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ABC: Bush’s Neocon Spokesman for Illegal U.S. Occupation of Iraq Slams Russia for Crimea

It just baffles me that failed neocons like Dan Senor are still given a hearing inside the Beltway.

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Fukushima: Keeping Children Indoors for Three Years Now

Japanese government officials discourage kids from playing outdoors near Fukushima more than a few minutes a day; colleges have trademarked some ridiculous phrases; meanwhile, sleep troubles could have to do with low brain volume. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Dick Cheney

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McCain War Chant Revised

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Foreign Policy Vision

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Jon Stewart Pokes Holes in Putin’s and Kerry’s Approaches to Ukraine

Ever fervently stated that a country shouldn’t militarily intervene in another country’s internal affairs, especially without pretext, and then invaded a nation anyway? Vladimir Putin and John Kerry know how you feel.

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George W. Bush Paintings

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Bush’s Masterpiece

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Exiting Afghanistan

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I like to think we left an impact on the Middle East.
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What the Iraq War Has to Do With Afghanistan

Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates says America’s approach to foreign affairs is too militarized, evidenced by its two most recent wars; American viewers can hardly recognize news anchors anymore; meanwhile, people still believe Greek art was white, despite proof of its once garish colors. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Does Iraq Need More Weapons? Not Really

The U.S. is sending arms to the Nouri al-Maliki regime as assistance for recent crises, an act that critics say will perpetuate the violence; the American Studies Association’s Israel boycott is dividing academia; meanwhile, politicians are worried about American students’ poor performance in the sciences. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Iraq Violence

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Americans’ Isolationist Instincts Are Sound

The Washington Post and the International New York Times had the same front-page headlines today. Both had to do (as the Times put it) with the “Power Void” in the Mideast, deploring that America’s decade of attempting to create a new order in the region now is blowing up in its face.

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Obama Pressed to Discuss Spying on Merkel

The White House is under pressure to reveal how much President Obama knew about or even authorized U.S. spying on the leaders of allied countries after the disclosure that the NSA monitored the phone calls of at least 35 world leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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Tony Blair’s Selfie: An Emblem of the Iraq War

A doctored photo of Britain’s former prime minister posing in front of exploding bombs may play a large role in how the Iraq War is recalled; beginning in January, millions of uninsured Americans will receive health coverage under Medicaid; meanwhile, the climate threat we should all be worried about is water scarcity. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Andrew Bacevich on Americans and Their Soldiers

The Vietnam veteran and Boston University professor of history and international relations is the author of a new book: “Breach of Trust: How Americans Failed Their Soldiers and Their Country.” He joined “Democracy Now!” on Monday to talk about the growing gulf between soldiers and the society that sends them to war.

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Syria Concerns

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Banjo-Playing Veteran Arrested While Protesting Syria Attack (Video)

Emily Yates, a former soldier who served in Iraq, was taken into custody Saturday after using music to peacefully speak out against proposed U.S. intervention in Syria. Although she says she was not doing anything illegal, she was pinned to a bench by federal park policemen and then arrested.

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Daniel Ellsberg: ‘Obama Would Have Indicted Me’

This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Robert Scheer interviews the godfather of principled leakers about Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning, Edward Snowden and President Obama’s “unprecedented campaign against whistle-blowing.”

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Daniel Ellsberg: ‘Obama Would Have Indicted Me’

This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: Robert Scheer interviews the godfather of principled leakers about Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning, Edward Snowden and President Obama’s “unprecedented campaign against whistle-blowing.”

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John Beieler

A Geography of Dissent In Time

A Penn State doctoral candidate made a time-lapse visualization of what appears to be every recorded protest on the planet since 1979 that shows a flood of resistance sweeping the planet beginning with the anti-globalization movement of the late 1990s.

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Chris Hedges: Journalism Should Be About Truth

In the second part of a series of interviews with The Real News, the Truthdig columnist details his criticism of the Iraq War and the news coverage leading up to it. He says it is his belief that great reporters care about the truth above all.

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China Benefits From Bush’s Folly

What the Chinese have demonstrated is that in the modern world, to the conquerors do not go the spoils.

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This Week’s Walmart Special: Striking Workers

Employees begin prolonged picketing for the first time against the retail giant; driverless cars will be zipping through our streets in the not-so-distant future; and ant-sized computers that can run the Internet on everything and anything are also underway. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Memorial Day Gratitude

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Memorial Day 2013

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Memorial Day

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The Path of Hubris and War

The bombs that ended the Boston Marathon in April were planted by young Muslims who had come to the United States as immigrants, rejected America as a civilization, and then attacked it, leaving behind a message of religious war.

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What Will Tighter Restrictions on Trade in Iran Do?

A bipartisan team of U.S. senators has introduced a bill that would expand sanctions against Iran by targeting an estimated $100 billion worth of the country’s foreign currency reserves that are parked in overseas accounts.

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Stewart Bashes George W. Bush Library as ‘Disasterpiece Theater’

The dedication of George W. Bush’s presidential library in Dallas on Thursday was the perfect excuse for Jon Stewart to have some good old nostalgic fun at the expense of the nation’s 43rd president.

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Nation Books

Inside America’s Dirty Wars

The killing of U.S. born, al-Qaida-affiliated cleric Anwar al-Awlaki set a dangerous precedent here in America.

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Tomas Young Says He’s Not Angry at George W. Bush

A month after penning a scathing open letter condemning the Bush administration’s decision to invade Iraq, anti-war activist Tomas Young is making yet another powerful statement.

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He Is Comfortable With Bush’s Inferno

On April 25, George W. Bush will bask in the fawning media sunlight of his presidential library and museum. The devastated people of Iraq and the soldiers of America, sent to kill and die in Bush’s illegal, boomeranging war, may have some exhibits, pictures and artifacts to suggest for the museum’s collection.

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Edd Turtle

Shell Shock Lite

It didn’t take much. No battles. No dead bodies. I spent just three and a half weeks as a contractor in Iraq, when the war there was at its height, rarely leaving the security of American military bases.

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George W. Bush
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Bush’s Lame Defense of Iraq War Decisions Is Outrageous

Now that history has shown us how monumentally terrible the idea of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq turned out to be, the president who lied to get us into the quagmire says he’s “comfortable” with what he did.

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Warren Rips Bank Regulators, McConnell Secretly Recorded, and More

A look at the day’s political happenings, including why Dick Cheney says the U.S. is in “deep do do” and Bernie Sanders and Grover Norquist spar over President Obama’s awful budget.

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Krugman and Stockman Debate, GOP Reps. Investigate Beyonce and Jay-Z, and More

A look at the day’s political happenings, including speculation heightens about Hillary Clinton’s 2016 prospects and new figures show just how well Dick Cheney’s former company made out during the Iraq War.

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VA Lines

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Illustration by Mr. Fish

The Treason of the Intellectuals

The journalists, pundits and academics who sold us the Iraq War remain firmly ensconced in their positions of privilege and power, and these self-defined liberals stand ready to sell us out again.

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Heritage

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Presidential Con Artist

George W. Bush’s paintings do not reveal anything about the Iraq War, despite our wishing that they did; absurdly, the main argument against gay marriage is the state’s supposed need to regulate procreation; meanwhile, the entire Senate voted against Social Security cuts and the media said nothing. These discoveries and more after the jump.

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Cheney

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