Endless War category archive
Thom and Scott Ritter discusses Donald Trump’s un-dealing the Iran Nuclear Peace Deal.
I would add that tension between the U. S. and Iran goes much farther back than 1979.
Thom sees echoes of the past in what’s happening at our southern border.
Granted, Thom’s concern may seem alarmist, until you remember that it has precedent.
Will Bunch suggests that President George the Worst does not deserve to receive an award that has variously been shared by Nelson Mandela, Malala Yousafzai, and Rep. John Lewis.
Methinks he has a point.
(Broken link fixed.)
. . . and, as Shaun Mullen points out, they were the wrong damned lessons.
Thom and Juan Cole discuss whether it’s thinkable that Donald Trump may join with the Neocons to foment a war with Iran so as to turn the focus away from his own conduct.
Badtux explains the difference in the tunes played on the Wingnut Wurlitzer for Americans who in Benghazi vs. those who died in Niger.
He also has a nice summary of why American soldiers were in Niger in the first place.