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Washington Post

The US government does have a plan to invade Canada. It's a 94-page document called "Joint Army and Navy Basic War Plan—Red," with the word SECRET stamped on the cover. It's a bold step-by-step plan to invade, seize and annex our ne

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Iraq Focus

“The American defeat and withdrawal from Iraq will forever bury the Neoconservative current in the US, while the formation of an Islamist state in Iraq, which will be a natural ally of Iran and form a contiguous link between Palestine, Syria and Leba

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by Leon Hadar (AntiWar.com)

As U.S. President Bush concludes his visit to China, it's important to restate the obvious: Washington, under the Bush administration, doesn't have a "China Policy."

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by Leon Hadar (LewRockwell.com)

You might have missed last month's news about Cypriot (Turkish) leader Mehmet Ali Talat urging the UN to "re-launch peace talks" aimed at ending the 3 decade division of Cyprus as he was gearing up for a landmark visit to America.

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Americans will recall that, before the U.S. invaded Iraq in March 2003, it was Chalabi who deliberately mislead U.S. officials and the media about the supposed dangers posed by the regime of Saddam Hussein. As a leader of the Iraqi National Congress,

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U.S. Congressman Ron Paul, M.D. (R-TX)

In the wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and the ongoing war in Iraq, taxpayers might think Congress has better things to do with $21 billion than send it overseas. That’s exactly what Congress did approving a useless and counterproductive foreig

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Agence France Presse

The United States wants North Korea to get the ball rolling by launching the process of dismantling its nuclear weapons program. North Korea wants substantial benefits upfront from the US before beginning any effort to surrender what is literally it

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Agence France Presse

Foreign diplomats in New York and Washington who ignore parking tickets and fail to pay property taxes in the U.S. would cause a comparable 110% cut in US aid to their home countries under a new Senate bill.

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Reuters

The United States risks losing sight of some key foreign policy issues, including relations with China and the Muslim world, because of its "single-minded focus" on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, a former senior Pentagon official said.

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Reuters

Your tax money: U.S. Senate and House of Representatives negotiators agreed to a $20.9 billion foreign aid bill, with less than President Bush wanted for reform-minded nations, and nearly $3 billion to fight AIDS.

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Israel Association For Ethiopian Jews

The Ethiopian Jews lived primarily in villages in the north and Northwest of the country, far from their Christian neighbors, with separate social and economic institutions and conditions. Their story is a fascinating example of Jewish perseverance a

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Future of Freedom Foundation

Bush has doled out more than $70 billion in foreign aid and loan guarantees to foreign governments, countries, and international organizations in large part to get the endorsement of a rock star and applause at the UN.

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U.S. Ambassador John Bolton told reporters earlier today that he has begun discussions with other envoys on ``contingencies'' for reacting to the report. The U.S. and France plan to introduce two resolutions in the Security Council next week

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ShowTime's series, Weeds had a pretty funny clip on the other night. Jason from Right on News sent the video : "..there was a great exchange with Kevin Neelen and Justin Kirk about the Iraq War.. Neelen plays the Ignorant Bush Supporter in

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The US and Kyrgyzstan have reached an agreement to allow US-led coalition forces to continue using a military base near the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek. (part of old Soviet Union - NE of Afganistan - Right in the middle of Central Asia)

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BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) -- French President Jacques Chirac said Tuesday that Turkey would need to undergo a "major cultural revolution" before entering the European Union, and he reiterated that France would hold a referendum on admitting An

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