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    A powerful conglomerate consisting of Wall Street moguls, multi-national corporate elites, and political insiders — the one percent cabal as some call them — are mounting an assault on the American economy, endangering national defense, and subverting U.S. sovereignty. Their weaponry includes so-called “free trade” treaties like the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) —...
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  • “Free” Trade: Undermining Defense, Sovereignty, and the American Job Market – The Unz Review

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  • Good news and bad news: market research confirms most Americans side to one degree or another with former Congressman Ron Paul’s foreign policy. Bad news? The neo-cons are still at the switch. In 2003, with flags flying and trumpets blaring, opinion polls showed some 60 percent of Americans supported the U.S. invasion of Iraq. As...
  • Not to diminish the value of polls or the wisdom of the American people…. but the question should not be whether a policy is popular but whether a policy is wise or good, especially when you have a 24/7 news cycle constantly drumming it’s viewpoint and shaping perceptions. Perhaps the US should not have gone into Iraq but once there our obligation would be to leave it in better shape than we found it.

    Saddam Hussein and his sons were vicious nasty animals who were not good for Iraq. Is the current situation better? No it isn’t. Would it be if our beloved leader had not foot dragged and delayed and ignored his responsibilities and failed to establish bases for our troops? I’d bet it would be.

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  • Good article, but amash is hardly the next Ron Paul. For one thing, he always votes for the spending appropriation bills – which Paul never did.

    He is still better than 99 percent of congress though, but that isn’t saying much.

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  • The neocons will be hard to dislodge, and not only because of the Israeli Lobby. The Military Industrial Complex, Wall Street, the Chamber of Commerce, Big Business — all want our military kept strong and large for their own economic, financial benefit. If you have a large military you need sooner or later to use it. It is of no use sitting around, as in Korea for 50 years, doing nothing.

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  • I’m delighted to see that some polls are flat out wrong. However, Eric Cantor can speak to that better than I can.
    ;-)

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    Why are you waking up ?

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  • Undisputable facts!

    Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11 – yet our government started a war with them under manufactured false pretences – look at all the death destruction it caused. Our government maliciously used our natural outrage over 9/11 to kill people who did NOTHING to us. Shame Shame!

    By any and every moral standard – Saddam was better for Iraq then Bush/Cheney

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  • He’s a war criminal for starting the war with Saddam, killing countless Iraqis and American troops, depleating our resources, and then there’s Afghanistan. Had Bush not been obsessed with going into Iraq he might have taken seriously the threat from Osama bin Laden. Condoleeza Rice should also be tried for crimes. They both ignored this threat in favor of the false threat they manufactured from Saddam.

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  • Actually, the mistakes started back under G. H. W. Bush when we went into Somalia. But, I can’t see why Bush should be tried for war crimes. Lying about WMD? I don’t believe he did lie, but even if he did, that doesn’t make him a war criminal.

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  • Not only is Iraq falling apart, but everything the Bush Administration sought to accomplish, with the support of Democrats, Zionists, Evangelicals, and just plain fools is coming to an end.

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  • As we speak Iraq is falling apart. This is the result of deposing Saddam Hussein who kept the place together, much as Tito kept Yugoslavia together. George Bush deserves universal condemnation for his war against Saddam Hussein. It has brought only chaos and a use of American military power since then in all the wrong places.

    Bush should be arraigned before the International Court of Justice at the Hague for his war crimes.

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  • Russian President Putin’s claim that, “Crimea has always been an inseparable part of Russia,” is an uncomfortable assertion (for some), but as pundit Eric Margolis points out, “President Putin keeps bringing up history to justify his assertive policies towards Ukraine and Crimea. This annoys Americans, who know little about history and refuse to accept Russia...
  • Ah, also Exercise Sea Breeze planned with the Kievan Rump, probably after ersatz elections but still a rump:

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/apr/01/nato-ministers-meet-over-ukraine

    This should be very entertaining.

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  • Apparently the US and NATO are still planning on implementing “Rapid Trident” in Ukraine (or its Kievan rump) this coming July:

    http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/us-army-will-exercise-in-ukraine-this-summer-rapid-trident-held-annually-with-nato-countries03192014

    The British are planning to send 1300 troops, according to reports.

    If these imbeciles are mad enough to proceed with this, it should be very amusing. Perhaps they should bring their winter uniforms.

    These operational names are also amusing–”Trident” as in Neptune, as in Black SEA, or (vel) “Trident” as in submarine launched nuclear missile.

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  • After studied silence, subtle tinkling, as if of wind chimes:

    http://rt.com/news/158680-russia-usa-rocket-gps/

    Analyze the terms used carefully.

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  • Regions which seceded from a foreign polity to join the US:

    Republic of West Florida
    West Virginia

    Separately: What is Argentina’s position on allowing the Falkland Islands to self-determine? Argentina opposes self-determination there of course.

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  • Proper referendum to confirm Russia’s takeover of the Crimea.

    Is that a joke?

    Given that the EU and Americans bankrolled the illegal removal of the legally elected Ukrainian president, Putin has every right to act as he sees fit as we just took a dump in his backyard. And to think he would just sit there and watch us kick out the Russian Black Sea fleet was delusional just like British were over a century ago who tried to do the same thing.

    Now he’s not done with us by a long shot and he holds all the important cards should we be stupid enough to really escalate it. The talking heads and paid shills on TV all mock that Russia is a seller of NG and Oil. Guess what? The West runs on that stuff and those who sell it, hold the trump cards.

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    Meh. It probably does, but it would take a proper referendum organized under international supervision to confirm it.

    “Since the US, in effect, has declared war on Russia, with “sanctions” as the last straw…”

    Nobody above the age of 10 believes that the current non-sanctions (and non-retaliations) are “the last straw”. Everybody is fully aware that real sanctions will look much uglier for everybody involved.

    The threat of real sanctions is the only reason why Russian tanks haven’t rolled into Eastern Ukraine yet (compare Georgia). Similarly, the likely aftermath of real sanctions is the only reason why the West hasn’t implemented them yet.

    There’s still a chance that this thing will blow over with nothing more than bruised egos and a more autonomous Eastern Ukraine.

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  • corr: as many German’s well know.

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  • Since the US, in effect, has declared war on Russia, with “sanctions” as the last straw, all of this is irrelevant to the issues involved.

    Russia will now play the game against outright enemies in the the US, Britain, France, and other NATO countries, and also for either a complete rearrangement of the “United Nations” (Churchill’s and Roosevelt’s idea to preserve Anglo-American dominance in the world) or its destruction.

    Germany is on the bubble, as many Germans well known. Various Russians are even showing interest in Spain, which is asserting its claims to Gibraltar.

    And by the way, what about the US illegal occupation of Guantanamo and, just for good measure, the Malvinas?

    “International law” as the “Anglosphere” defines it? Fat chance. Have a nice day.

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  • @Don Nash
    Iraq President Hamid Karzai said, “We respect the decision the people of Crimea took through a recent referendum that considers Crimea as part of the Russian Federation.”
    Iraq President Hamid Karzai? Ummm, Peter? Iraq's President would be Jalal Talabani and Hamid Karzai is the President of Afghanistan. However Karzai is not long for the Afghan presidential world.
    Holy crap Petey boy, you screwed the pooch large on this one.

    Sorry guys – I fixed the wrong tag on Karzai. Should have caught it earlier!

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  • Iraq President Hamid Karzai said, “We respect the decision the people of Crimea took through a recent referendum that considers Crimea as part of the Russian Federation.”
    Iraq President Hamid Karzai? Ummm, Peter? Iraq’s President would be Jalal Talabani and Hamid Karzai is the President of Afghanistan. However Karzai is not long for the Afghan presidential world.
    Holy crap Petey boy, you screwed the pooch large on this one.

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  • What happened in Las Vegas last week wasn’t meant to stay in Las Vegas. Zionist billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and his Republican Jewish Coalition spent two days vetting some prospective Republican presidential candidates. The GOP politicians sold themselves to the assembled power elites as Israel-firsters. The event was a painful reminder that if you...
  • Ah revving up for another Punch & Judy show, called “national elections”. Most of the Right’s mouths are watering because the disaster that is Obama is at least as grave as the disaster that was the younger Bush, even though all major policies were the same, and the same puppeteers manipulated both.

    Pretty soon we will be hearing about the Democrat contenders, with their kinder gentler rhetoric.

    A pity–one would think that at least among the few genuine “conservatives” left they would have seen through the charade.

    A pity too there are no serious Marxists in the US or, as Hedges was driven to exclaim not too long ago, a genuine Communist Party, because only such a left-right alliance has even an ice-cube’s chance in hell of changing anything, electorally or otherwise.

    Meanwhile the Libertarian anarchists do yeoman’s work, knowingly or unknowingly, for the both the Republican and Democrat Capitalist Imperialists, just as they did in New Hampshire two terms ago, assuring the election of another Bush, if a coffee-colored one called Obama.

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  • Rod1963, I can only agree about the delusional GOP electorate supporting interests like unfettered immigration and job outsourcing. They might support a candidate who told the truth about these things, but where is he? Personally, I like Senator Jeff Sessions.

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  • You know the most amazing thing about this, is how brazen Sheldon is and how desperate the machine politicos are to get access to his money.

    It’s not like Wall Street isn’t happy to buy a presidential contender. They do it all the time. But for some reason GOPers are attracted to very crooked fat cats like Adelson or the Koch brothers who have a distinctly anti-American agenda they wish to implement. Which usually entails open-borders and amnesty.

    The scariest thing is the way the rank and file GOP worship these plutocrats despite their promotion of open borders and amnesty. These things will crush the GOP rank and file. Instead of shunning these old bloated swine, they ask “may have another” like a good fool.

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  • I admire the honesty of the Sheldon Primary because we know exactly who the politicians are selling their souls to and what they are pledging to do as president. If they don’t win his primary they will still toe the line for future funds in the next election. The only way he will win for sure is if he brings back the bread and circuses of the Roman Empire. Is there a list which shows which rich people buy which candidates, and for what reasons? I’d like to vote for the candidate of the pro-American one.

    I’m sure someone will say being against the Sheldon Primary is anti-Semitic. The hasbara must be hard at work because there are a lot of news articles criticizing it.

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  • D-I-S-G-U-S-T-I-N-G. Christie and the rest of this gaggle of shameless opportunists have been helping this foreign agent eat the American people’s lunch. How did a one-armed bandit come to steal America’s inheritance of democracy and leave us a mess of pottage?

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  • Admiral Mike Mullen, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, asserts that the “most significant threat to our national security is our debt.” The money we spend on weaponry — and the fingers that fire them — is staggering. For example, the 2012 Department of Defense budget (more than the annual defense budgets...
  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Couldn’t agree more. If the so called fiscal conservatives are going to cry foul at millions in entitlement fraud, why is the most obvious cancer on a balanced budget perpetually ignored. More proof that the heart of the new right is truely imbedded in the pockets of the military-industrial complex.

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  • Great article, Peter. You’ve just earned an A+ and may now go to the head of your class. You’re absolutely right in stating that the US spends more $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ on its Defense budget than the next ten nations (including China and Russia) combined, nearly 100% of its deficit in 2012. This is absolutely appalling. This country’s total infrastructure is being criminally neglected; for what!?? Some unnecessary, illegal wars of aggression across the globe?

    While the Pentagon (aka Pentagram) has the most bloated budget ever, more and more US citizens are being shoved by the wayside, as food and energy prices soar, along with medical. There are over 45 million Americans currently on food stamps, and many others – including seniors and children – going hungry every day. Germany’s first Chancellor, Otto von Bismarck, an aristocrat, told his fellow aristocrats that Society has an obligation to care for its most vulnerable members: the very old, the very young; the sick; and the disabled. Unfortunately, the USG has failed miserably in its duty for a long time.

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  • What a great article-Now if only the American people would wake up and tell their so called representatives to quit wasting our money on defense programs that do nothing to enhance our national security. Keep up the good work Peter.

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  • As James Madison warned, a standing military is the chief threat to our liberties. With the NDAA, drones, and invasive domestic spying, we see Mr. Madison was correct.

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  • The definition of a modern conservative is someone who believes that throwing money at the military is the answer to every problem.

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  • The economy of Mexico is the 13th largest in the world and the 11th in buying power. British economist Jim O'Neill, former head of asset management for Goldman Sachs, said recently that, “Mexico has a unique opportunity to steal the thunder of no less a giant than China.” Remember Ross Perot’s warning about that giant...
  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    A very important article, great writing, a subject that has greatly concerned us for years. There is no constitutional privilege whatsoever for the U.S. to be supporting foreign powers with our tax dollars and debt, especially in these times when the U.S. is basically bankrupt with unemployment, homelessness, and dire needs of many. It’s incredible and must be halted!—but how?

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  • USA is really in pathetic shape:

    http://www.steynonline.com/6095/the-two-party-one-party-state

    …Let’s just stick with the federal debt, the official figure for which Washington is formally responsible: In Australia, each citizen’s share of the debt is $12,000; in New Zealand, it’s $15,000 per person; in Canada, $18,000; in the United Kingdom, $28,000. And in the United States it’s $54,000 per person — twice as much as Britain, thrice as much as Canada, closing in on five times as much as Australia. And that’s before you toss in all the other junk which leaves a total debt burden in the US of close to three-quarters of a million dollars per family. America is on course to be the first nation of negative millionaires.

    So, while Canada’s got a balanced budget and New Zealand’s paying down its national debt and Australia’s government debt is about 11 per cent of GDP (versus 100 per cent of GDP in the United States), Americans are supposed to be encouraged because, in a spirit of comity, the bipartisan kleptocracy in Washington has nodded through a plan to make things worse.

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  • Protecting the 1,954-mile Mexico-U.S. border, as some pundits assert, is not just an economic issue, or a problem of criminal drug trafficking and gun running. It threatens America’s national security. In an August 13, 2013 op/ed in The Washington Times, Retired Admiral James Lyons, who was senior U.S. military representative to the United Nations, stated,...
  • […] gave to Mexico during 2012 was $317 million. And here’s a stick-in-the-eye note: according to an article this writer penned for The Unz Review, a Government Accounting Office report found that of the […]

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  • The economy of Mexico is the 13th largest in the world and the 11th in buying power. British economist Jim O'Neill, former head of asset management for Goldman Sachs, said recently that, “Mexico has a unique opportunity to steal the thunder of no less a giant than China.” Remember Ross Perot’s warning about that giant...
  • I remember stories like these from the 60′s. When is somebody going to do something about it and don’t tell me to write my congressman. I guess we’ll have to wait till everything falls apart before it stops.

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  • I was aware of how the US taxpayer subsidizes Israel, but the millions we send Mexico is news to me. What a rip!

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  • A powerful conglomerate consisting of Wall Street moguls, multi-national corporate elites, and political insiders — the one percent cabal as some call them — are mounting an assault on the American economy, endangering national defense, and subverting U.S. sovereignty. Their weaponry includes so-called “free trade” treaties like the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) —...
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  • The same globalists that want ‘Free Trade’ also want open borders, and an endless supply of cheap compliant labor that has no connections to the nation state and will be more easily duped and led.

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  • @ Benji

    “Anything we can do to eliminate barriers to trade will make all our lives better.”

    Are you familiar with the concept of labor arbitrage? If so, don’t know why you think that. There are certainly powerful arguments for free trade but the notion that it will “make all our lives better” is not one of them.

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  • As for the lawyers, they will always be filing lawsuits, it is what they do. As for international trade, the more the better. Anything we can do to eliminate barriers to trade will make all our lives better.

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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says: • Website

    LET THE REVOLUTION BEGIN.

    People from; the left, right, and center, cry out, “Take Back America.”

    The only way to take back our country is to do as our forefathers did in 1776, start a revolution against the powers that be.

    We don’t want a violent revolution but we the people of America must revolt if we want to take back our government from the two party, Democrat-Republican oligarchy, now in power.

    Imagine a government controlled not by political parties controlled by special interest and Wall Street but by parties controlled by the people and Main Street. The government might start representing the American people instead of the people at Goldman Sacks, Bank of America and, Koch Industries.

    Imagine what would happen if all conservatives supported the Constitution Party, all progressives supported the Green Party and all libertarians supported the Libertarian Party. We would have three major parties in the United States, the Democrat and Republican parties would no longer dominate the American political system and we would have some honest debate on the issues facing the American people. We would have no one party majority rule or two party divided government, one the the three parties would always command the balance of power to break any gridlock.

    We no longer live under a government by the consent of the governed but an oligarchy ruled by corporate interest and other big money contributors.

    The first words of our constitution read, “We the People of the United States,” not we the corporations and elites of the United States. Clearly the founding fathers intended ours to be a government, of, by and for the people.

    The time has come to say, “No More,”

    The founding fathers did leave, we the people, the power to take back our government and the ultimate weapon to peacefully do so, with the ballot not the bullet. We do have a vote in the governance of our republic.

    The Democrats tell the progressives, “don’t support the Green Party, you will divide the vote of the Democrat Party.”

    The Republicans tell the conservatives and libertarians, “don’t support the Constitution Party or the Libertarian Party, you will divide the vote of the Republican Party.”

    And the true conservatives, libertarians and progressives fall for this argument and we end up with a Democrat-Republican Party dictatorship controlling our government, not in the interest of, we the people, but in the interest of those who pay for their campaigns.

    Stop doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.

    Divide and conquer.

    Yes, supporting the Constitution, Green and Libertarian parties divides the Democrat and Republican parties and that’s a good thing. Supporting the Democrat and Republican parties over and over again is insanity. Divide the Democrat and Republican parties and then divide them again until they are no more.

    The Democrats and Republicans no longer represent the American people and therefore must be replaced. End the two party dictatorship and take back America. Under no circumstances support political parties that don’t represent, “We the people.” Don’t give aid and comfort to the Democrats and Republicans. Don’t collaborate with the parties who our corrupting our political system.

    Revolt and take back America.

    Let the Second American Revolution begin.

    Bob Haran,
    Chairman,
    Constitution Party of Arizona.

    I have no copyright of this, anyone can use it, improve it or take credit for it, my only request is that they do it, it is the only way I know to peacefully take back America.

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  • I wish we could put this piece into the hands of every member of Congress. Seems every group has the right to defend its interests these days except the Middle Class.

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  • Protecting the 1,954-mile Mexico-U.S. border, as some pundits assert, is not just an economic issue, or a problem of criminal drug trafficking and gun running. It threatens America’s national security. In an August 13, 2013 op/ed in The Washington Times, Retired Admiral James Lyons, who was senior U.S. military representative to the United Nations, stated,...
  • It’s PINAL County, Arizona not “PENAL” County. I hope that isn’t reflective of the overall accuracy of your report!
    Why are we not concerned about the even longer Canadian Border? No one is watching THAT one. I suspect it’s because Canadians are white and speak English, so they’re OK.
    If I were a terrorist, that would be my route of choice into the U.S. and not the more carefully guarded Mexican border.

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  • When it comes to grading Assad, why does he stand head and shoulders above the world’s dictators, strongmen, and despots? Hard to say. State Department spokesman Victoria Nuland maintains Assad, “certainly should leave power,” and asserts he is “evil,” “beyond brutal,” “inhumane,” and unfit to rule. And then there’s this profile: Dr. Kathy Seifert of...
  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Great column.

    Interesting how DC gets all wound up about abuses from pushover regimes, but ignores much worse behavior from despots who could punch back if invaded. So Saddam’s house of cards just had to be knocked down, while real abuses in China somehow evaded DC’s finely tuned moral radar.

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  • Well argued. Mr. Gemma does a credible job in presenting a very complex subject. In the face of political pressure for the United States to embark on yet another Mideast war to overthrow another government we don’t like, Peter Gemma’s column should give all Americans reason to pause before sending in troops or even arming rebels that have in common with al-Qaeda than supporters of democracy. Mr. Gemma may have included the real reasons that the Obama Administration seeks to destroy Bashar al-Asad. Many of the individuals that advise us to invade Iraq are the same ones pushing for war with Syria. The Iran-Saudi Arabia contest for dominance in the Gulf region has us aligned with the oil sheiks. Israel’s paranoia about a potential Iranian nuclear weapon has its U.S. supporters in a heated excitement for Washington to bomb Tehran. Bashar al-Asad is less important as a dictator than as but one element in a larger contest for hegemony by outside powers.

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  • Here is evidence suggesting that Assad’s regime was indeed behind the sarin gas attack:

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-09-13/assad-sarin-gas-attack-claim-implausible/4951502

    (includes a link to a Human Rights Watch report fingering the Syrian govt)

    and a rebuttal of the Hersh piece:

    http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2013/12/09/sy_hershs_chemical_misfire

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  • Protecting the 1,954-mile Mexico-U.S. border, as some pundits assert, is not just an economic issue, or a problem of criminal drug trafficking and gun running. It threatens America’s national security. In an August 13, 2013 op/ed in The Washington Times, Retired Admiral James Lyons, who was senior U.S. military representative to the United Nations, stated,...
  • Thank you for this thoroughly researched report, Mr. Gemma. To echo Mr. Dougan, the number of possible terrorists really is staggering.

    And $4 billion for what, a make-work program?

    There are so many good reasons to seal the borders, and not a single one for leaving them open.

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  • Your recap of hard-hitting, verifiable statistics on the national security issues of a porous border is fabulous ammo against other side; an extra prong in the attack on those who love the porous border scheme. And coupled with the national sovereignty issues of a porous border makes this issue the mother of all issues.

    Unless we get the immigration problem fixed, then there is no reason to fix the rest of the system because it will simply become the problem of the soon-to-be, Latino-majority, chronically-corrupt, Hispanic-centered, economically-dysfunctional, terrorist-ridden, drug-infested, European-hating country formerly know as the United State of America – was that too much ;).

    Thanks Mr. Gemma.

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  • I was amazed at the “OTM’S” statistics. We need to close these borders now. This article really explains the border problems in a way that anybody can understand. Illegals, drugs, terrorists, etc. What more do we need in order to get our government to act. Great article Peter.

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  • Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Mr. Gemma’s excellent article is a timely reminder of the unforgivable incompetence of the US government, which will not even take elementary precautions to safeguard the lives and livelihoods of citizens or protect the American national character. That the GOP cannot vault this most fundamental of issues to the top of the political agenda, and keep it there until it is resolved, says a great deal about the calibre of that party’s leadership.

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  • […] xenophobes. Are there legitimate reasons for keeping our eyes open and powder dry at our borders? This article makes the case for taking border security seriously, and it turns out to be a powerful […]

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    Mr. Gemma brings up a good point: If a majority in the Congress wanted to make it a priority to enforce our laws, we would see more safety and security. When I served in the state legislature, I saw this all the time. Many politicians claim they are for upholding our constitution during election time and then ignore the will of the people once they get into office.

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    I appreciate the author’s detailed inclusion of statistics; these numbers really put things into perspective (scary, really) and really makes the case for stronger border protection. All it takes is for ONE of those illegal immigrants from a country like Iran to be hell-bent on killing Americans to see the tragedy of our weak border security.

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