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Congresswoman Ilhan Omar May Be Shaping Up to Be One of the Most Courageous New Faces of Her Party

Congresswoman Ilhan Omar May Be Shaping Up to Be One of the Most Courageous New Faces of Her Party

In their diatribes against former President Obama, Republicans seize upon many of his policies, but do not often speak ill of Obama’s policies and actions mentioned above. One could reasonably suggest that this is because many Republicans eagerly stand at the spigot of military spending as much as many Democrats do.

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Peacekeeping Tribal Elder Begs America to Stop Trying to Kill Him With Drone Strikes

Written by on April 15, 2016 in Government, Military with 0 Comments
Peacekeeping Tribal Elder Begs America to Stop Trying to Kill Him With Drone Strikes

By Michaela Whitton | Activist Post A tribal elder from Pakistan is in the U.K. this week in an attempt to get Britain to persuade the United States to stop trying to kill him. Malik Jalil, from the village of Waziristan on Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan, has a role as an intermediary in settling disputes. […]

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Innocent Peacemaker Begs America to Stop Trying to Kill Him with Drone Strikes

Written by on April 14, 2016 in Government, Military with 8 Comments
Innocent Peacemaker Begs America to Stop Trying to Kill Him with Drone Strikes

Malik Jalil has a role as an intermediary in settling disputes. He is a member of a community devoted to trying to keep the peace in the region, and he is sanctioned by the Pakistani government. Malik claims he is on a ‘kill list’ and has been targeted at least four times by U.S. drone strikes for his role in attempting to prevent violence between the local Taliban and the authorities.

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U.S. Drones Are Responsible For More Civilian Deaths in Yemen than Al Qaeda

Written by on September 23, 2015 in Government, Military with 2 Comments
U.S. Drones Are Responsible For More Civilian Deaths in Yemen than Al Qaeda

The government’s ongoing drone strikes in Yemen are little-known to the general American public.

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U.N. Critical of Drone Strikes, Why Not American Taxpayers? – Ben Swann

Written by on April 6, 2014 in Government, Military with 2 Comments
U.N. Critical of Drone Strikes, Why Not American Taxpayers? – Ben Swann

Ben Swann: A new special report from the U.N. Human Rights Council is demanding answers from the United States and other “responsible” governments about the use of drones to go after “terrorists”. So why aren’t the American people demanding the same answers?

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