New style war
Whatever the verdict of history on our reasons for attacking Iraq, back in the spring of ‘03, there can be no argument that this conflict has advanced the art of war to a point where it is almost tolerable.
Jon Stewart’s “The Daily Show” is a great place to get the facts on which politicians have changed their position 180 degrees.
Presidential politics, part deux
Two weeks ago I stated in this space that I avoid writing about political mumbo jumbo because I don’t know much about them, and then I proceeded to ramble on for a thousand or so words about Sen. Barack Obama.
It is often said that failure to learn from history dooms us to repeat it, and from the look of things we are getting set for a remake of the so-called “Cuban Missile Crisis,” starring Bush the lesser as Richard Nixon and Barack Obama as the hapless Jack Kennedy, trapped in a crisis he never made.
Political ads or political lies?
In this day and age I don’t think any of us really expect to hear the absolute truth in a political ad, but some of what is being aired by McCain are outright lies and deceptions.
Proud to be an American
As the two major political parties are about to finally adopt their slate of candidates for president and vice president, all the while pushing platforms that are steeped in change, I would hope one result in all this change would be that our citizenry would finally all call themselves Americans.