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  •  Former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney (L) introduces Former U.S. President George W. Bush
    Did George W. Bush really consider a nuclear strike on Afghanistan after 9/11?
    The Israeli newspaper Haaretz, citing a story in the German newspaper Der Spiegel, reported on Saturday that President George W. Bush considered responding to the 9/11 attacks with a nuclear strike against Afghanistan. “Michael Steiner, who...
  • Marine Corps
    Marine Major faces the boot on same possible charges against Hillary Clinton
    The plight of Marine Corps Major Jason Brezler could be described at a minimum as everything old is new again. However, on the other side of the coin, the case of Major Brezler could also be one of the premier cases of political hypocrisy in the...
  • Mullah Mohammad Omar
    Mullah Omar, Taliban leader, confirmed dead
    Mullah Muhammad Omar, the leader of the Afghan Taliban, is dead according to multiple sources, although the complete details of his death remain disputed.Fox News reported on July 29 that the Afghanistan National Directorate of Security and the...
  • Soldiers in Iraq
    The modern war novel
    War is the backbone of history. It has been a part of history since man has been a part of history. The story of war has been rewritten again and again by the men who have been haunted by it; with each war there is a new set wounded soldiers...
  • ISIS leader killed in drone strike over Afghanistan
    ISIS leader killed in drone strike over Afghanistan
    On Saturday, Afghanistan intelligence officials announced that the leader of the Islamic State or ISIS terrorist group in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region was killed in a drone strike in eastern Afghanistan.Afghanistan’s National Directorate...
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    Congressman has great way to deal with ISIL and the VA
    Representative Mike Coffman (R-Colorado) has come up with a great way to kill two birds with one stone. Coffman’s idea would solve two of America’s biggest problems in one fell swoop.It would solve the terrible problem the U.S. has in...
  • Taliban attacks
    Afghan and Taliban officials hold peace talks in Pakistan
    Afghanistan government officials met with Taliban officials in hopes of working toward a peace process for the war-torn nation. Afghan government officials on Wednesday described the meeting as the start of the first ever official peace talks...
  • Afghanistan
    Afghanistan; talks with the insurgents
    The first round of talks brokered by Pakistan between representatives of the Afghan government and Tehreek-i-Taliban Afghanistan (TTA) concluded Wednesday in Murree, with both parties agreeing to meet again."As part of the commitment to...
  • ‘Max’: Yakin shows us how much we need dogs in our lives
    ‘Max’: Yakin shows us how much we need dogs in our lives
    Service dogs are trained to help a soldier at a time of need, during war and even during peace time. Many veterans depend on these dogs to help them for many reasons, medical, mental, and physical disabilities that limit their normal abilities....
  • The Bamiyan Buddhas, destroyed by the Taliban, are reborn as holograms
    The Bamiyan Buddhas, destroyed by the Taliban, are reborn as holograms
    The Bamiyan Buddhas were erected in the 5th Century in a valley in Afghanistan astride the Silk Road near the border with Persia. Towering 58 meters and 38 meters respectively, they looked down on the valley from their niches in the side of a...
  • Hillary and Iraq
    Hillary's Troubled Iraq War History that Beltway Conservatives Never Mention
    How does a conservative Beltway reporter write a story (Byron York link here) about Hillary Clinton's "troubled Iraq War history" and not mention that she and then-fellow-senator Barack Obama voted in 2007 to de-fund all troops then...
  • Pakistan Afghanistan relations
    Pakistan and Afghanistan; strengthening ties
    Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has visited Aghanistan on the invitation of the Afghan President. Expressing an unprecedented solidarity with Afghanistan, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday termed the Afghan Taliban’s...
  • Afghan women fight for their rights
    Afghan courts sentence four men to death for mob killing of woman
    An Afghan court has sentenced four men to death by hanging on Wednesday for their roles in the mob killing of a woman in March.Farkhunda, a 27-year-old Afghan woman was killed March 19 after being accused of burning a copy of the Quran, although...
  • Lapis lazuli, a blue mineral conglomeration
    Lapis lazuli, a blue mineral conglomeration
    Lapis lazuli is one of the few true blue gemstones. Technically speaking, lapis lazuli isn’t even a gemstone. That’s right, a pure mineral lapis lazuli is not! Rather, lapis is a conglomeration of rocks, including, but not limited to,...
  • Two dynamic companies provided warmth to Afghan women and children
    Two dynamic companies provided warmth to Afghan women and children
    DHL Express and DynCorp International teamed up to do an extraordinary act of charity. They delivered winter clothes to Afghanistan to thousands of Afghan women and children to provide them some warmth and comfort during the winter months.Now the...
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