After 9/11 We Will Dream No More

Karla Fetrow: After 9/11 should we choose to never forget the shock and pain or never forget we gave up freedom for security?

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By the Rivers of Babylon: More Netroots Nation reports

Jane Stillwater-“And there we wept…when we remembered Zion.”

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To See Assad’s Rear: The Mess in Syria

Bill The Butcher- What exactly is happening on the ground in Syria?

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Fear

Grainne Rhuad- Fear, it’s one of most living beings’ great motivators. It arouses the senses telling us to pay attention, something may be coming, and we may need to act.

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Ten Years Later: The Other Victims of 11/9

Bill the Butcher: And since your entire nation is awash with guns due to a civil war stoked by the same people occupying your land, guns are simple to come by. In fact, it’s hard to see what you could do except pick up a gun. Democratic elections that are a joke?

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Feeding the Wolf: Remembering 9/11

Eddie SantoPrieto- And then I saw something miraculous and wonderful to behold, the innate human impulse to come together in moments of crisis. Some people went out into the middle of the streets and acted as traffic controllers. No one told them to

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Osama Bin Laden: Execution of a Myth

Bill the Butcher-The elimination of bin Laden should be excellent news to genuine anti-Emperor resistance movements worldwide. Especially if they are Muslim

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9-11: Mainstream Media’s Golden Chalice

By: A.B. Thomas- In the world there are two primary types of people: Those who wear their faith like a serape, and those who wield their faith like a scythe.

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Mosque Zero

By: Grainne Rhuad- “Applying contemporary standards of tolerance to medieval Muslim history and policy does a disservice to the prospects of reconciliation in our times. The assumption by some that an inherent medieval Islamic intolerance prevailed and that it underlies present-day Muslim terrorism is a distortion of reality.”

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The Man Makes His Own Rules

Space Eagle-March 2008, Photobucket decided that showing bare behinds was nudity and threatened the safety and security of users…

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