NY Times is a winner today! Lots of good stuff to keep veterans informed about our national direction.


Today’s New York Times has a whole bunch of really good articles that will serve to keep veterans informed about their country’s national direction.  That is your civic duty as a veteran and a citizen.

Here is an article explaining why there is such deep attachment to violent Islamist terrorist activity among the Pakistani population. Here is an article explaining why the Secretary of State is offering a nuclear defense umbrella to the Arab States. Here is an article explaining how the military industrial complex and their mining for uranium in the American West has pretty much destroyed much of the Navajo culture and sickened the people. Here is an article on the civil war presently waging in the Republican Party. Here is an article concerning  the criminal element taking over control of a state largely run by the Democratic Party. Here is an editorial on the horrors of the extreme door bashing, gestappo-like tactics of the American immigration authorities in the last days of the Bush Administration and how they terrorized mostly innocent and half-asleep people.



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