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WORLD ORDER AND DISORDER: THE “GAMES” AND “GAMBLES” OF LIFE AND LIVES ©

More than Nations . . . by Guest Author Anthony Marsella Contrary to the widespread myth, nations are not the sole source of massive international political, economic, and social international events, forces, and changes. It is true the story of … Continue reading

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Investing in Moral Repair, Part 3, by Ross Caputi*

This is part 3 of a 3 part series by Ross Caputi. Investing in Moral Repair, Part 1 Investing in Moral Repair, Part 2 There are good reasons why in her book Afterwar: Healing the Moral Wounds of Our Soldiers … Continue reading

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Investing in Moral Repair, Part 2, by Ross Caputi*

This is part 2 of a 3 part series by Ross Caputi.  See Investing in Moral Repair, Part 1 The common assumption that there is a military-civilian gap in our country is not totally unrelated to another conventional wisdom—that Vietnam … Continue reading

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Where does honor lie?

Today, Memorial Day 2015, I commemorate what the United States could have been and still could be. The participation of colonists (invaders) from abroad in the near genocide of the native peoples did not make the United States great, let … Continue reading

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