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Runaway Spending on War Contractors

xcessive reliance on badly supervised private contractors indulging "vast amounts of spending for no benefit" is the heart of the problem, according to the Commission on Wartime Contracting, a bipartisan panel established by Congress, which conducted the three-year study.

U.S. soldiers dangerously over-medicated with antipsychotic drugs

As if American soldiers sent to fight America's undeclared wars in Iraq and Afghanistan haven't suffered enough, now it turns out many are being prescribed powerful, side-effect laden drugs to treat their post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). These Big Pharma mind altering concoctions are ineffective and can be downright dangerous.

Turley: The demon is dead; so are many of our rights

The death of Osama bin Laden has left the United States with a type of morning-after effect. For 10 years, an ever-expanding war on terror has been defined by one central dark figure: Osama bin Laden.

Never Mind Fukushima: This is a Far Bigger Threat to Global Health

Too big an issue not to give extensive coverage to. Far, far bigger than Fukushima. I don’t know why the U.S. or NATO would do this. But the Libyans will hate Americans and NATO for a long time. Ghaddafi doesn’t hold a candle to the devastation that DU can do.

The World Should Be in Mourning

… for all service men and women from America and other countries who died in wars believing they were protecting and defending their countries, their freedoms and Democracy, when in reality the wars they so valiantly fought were deliberately orchestrated for money, power and world domination by humans who had lost all connection to Love and the Conscious Guiding Light of their Maker.

The Link Between War and Big Finance

Veterans For Peace has joined in end¬ors¬ing “Sounds of Re¬sis¬tance,” a con¬cert and pro¬test against Wall Street banks that draws the con¬nec¬tions bet¬ween militar¬ism, Wall Street, the wealth di¬vide and the downward spir¬al of the wealth of most Americans.

Senators Sucked Up to Qaddafi, Now Call For His Head

In the Senate, those demanding even harsher prosecution of the Libya war include the three amigos. John McCain, warning that "the blood of Americans is on Qaddafi's hands," has called for arming the insurgents, whom Joe Lieberman has praised as "freedom fighters."