Monthly Archives: November 2010

has anyone considered…?

Has anyone considered for a moment that Iran’s potentially decided nuclear ambitions might be rooted in its self- interest of protecting itself from its Arab neighbor and potential foe and rival in the region, Saudi Arabia? Maybe Iran has no … Continue reading

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Posted in Health and wellness, News and politics, US Politics, World News

look at Africa

I’m wondering if the US President is using any of his familiarity with the African continent to call upon a region therein to assist in the efforts in Afghanistan. It might be shrewd of us to ask the secretary of … Continue reading

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Posted in Health and wellness, News and politics, Organizations, US Politics, World News

other countries

If more countries could enter Afghanistan at villagers’ request, to help keep insurgents out of peaceful zones, it seems that such coordination could starve armed insurgents. I’m wondering who the US could share such intelligence and effort with, in addition … Continue reading

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Ammendment to my Afghan War view

I have to admit, I am not an expert on the US involvement in Afghanistan, likely no one person is. But, I’m not calling for withdrawal of US forces here… I really think now that maybe the coalition needs more … Continue reading

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travel

Extreme measures of search on personal bodies at airports are tantamount with an admission to the traveling public, that security teams lack the ability to control security breaches by reasonable means. A failure of using high technology and thorough competence … Continue reading

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Posted in News and politics

Afghan War and Mexico

Afghanistan’s economy based on its cash crop the poppy, has been disrupted by US armed forces and other participating nation’s armed forces. I’m wondering if this war, like Russia’s long ago vs. tribal terrorists, is being lost as well. Surely … Continue reading

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St. Albert

Today, in the church, we celebrate the genius of St. Albert. One of his conclusions and teachings which he professed long before the Renaissance, was the unity that exist between science and faith. Notably he emphasized that science and faith … Continue reading

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Posted in Religion and reverence