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The logic for war — past, present and future (LancasterEagleGazette)

Written by Richard Scamehorn Spanish-American War The battleship USS Maine, anchored in Havana Harbor, exploded on Feb. 15, 1898, killing 260 American sailors, setting off the Spanish-American War. Commodore George Dewey sailed his Pacific Fleet Squadron into Manila Harbor and destroyed the Spanish Fleet on May 1. Santiago’s ground forces surrendered to the American Army … Continue reading

“Will U.S., Israel Strike Iran?” Questions China’s Military (LAROUCHEPAC)

November 15, 2011 • 9:26AM Obama’s deceitful comment at the concluding APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation) press conference that U.S., Russia and China “agree on the objective” that Iran must not be allowed to develop a nuclear weapon is getting big play in the Western propaganda machine, despite both Eurasian nations refusal to allow tighter … Continue reading

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