Monthly Archives: March 2018

Psycho-war Saturday

The Unmitigated Failure of the Iraq War Maj. Danny Sjursen We were always caught in the middle. We still are. As a young man, a new lieutenant, and a true believer, I once led a US Army scout platoon just … Continue reading

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Tech Turn Thursday

The first time I met Christopher Wylie, he didn’t yet have pink hair. That comes later. As does his mission to rewind time. To put the genie back in the bottle. By the time I met him in person, I’d … Continue reading

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Exporting Death Wednesday

Trump is expected to ease rules for such foreign sales under a long-delayed new policy on unmanned military aircraft due to be rolled out as early as this month, the first phase of a broader overhaul of arms export regulations. … Continue reading

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Traitors of a Feather Tuesday

Trump’s conviction that being president means never having to say you are sorry, and being able to do whatever the hell you please, is likely to cause him legal trouble sooner or later. His vindictive firing of deputy FBI director … Continue reading

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Guns and Money Monday

For more than a year, reports have trickled out about deepening ties among prominent members of the National Rifle Association, conservative Republicans, a budding gun-rights movement in Russia—and their convergence in the Trump campaign. Now attention is focused around a … Continue reading

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Solar Sunday

  AURORAS DON’T NEED SUNSPOTS: On March 16th, the sun was blank (No sunspots) and NOAA classified solar activity as “very low.” Nevertheless, this happened: “The auroras were really strong early in the afternoon even before we had proper darkness here … Continue reading

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