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Tag Archives: Fallujah
Anthony J. Marsella, Ph.D. – TRANSCEND Media Service For Memorial Day USA – 29 May 2017 What more can be said of war That has not already been said, That has not already been written, That has not already been … Continue reading
by Guest Author Ross Caputi As shown in the first three segments of my review of American Sniper, there are many well-documented facts, crucial to understanding the American presence in Iraq, but none of them come through in American Sniper. … Continue reading
By guest author Ross Caputi. This is the second in a series discussing the implications of the new film, American Sniper. It is not my intention to accuse Chris Kyle of committing war crimes as an individual, or to … Continue reading
By guest author Ross Caputi. This is the first in a series discussing the implications of the new film, American Sniper. What American Sniper offers us — more than a heart-wrenching tale about Chris Kyle’s struggle to be a soldier, a husband, … Continue reading