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J Bloglandia 1-2 By Wapshott Press
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Blog essays Guide for the Opera Impaired by Madeleine Begun Kane (Mad Kane), Criticism by Paul M. Rodriguez, Storytelling by Anne Valente, 18 Months Into Parenthood When Plan A Was to Get Spayed ASAP... More > by Molly Kiely, The Doctor Is in: What We Talk about When We Talk about Fiction by Susan O’Doherty, Don’t step back, step in… by TJ Byran, Bon Voyage! Maybe. by Ginger Mayerson, One Woman’s Story: I Sued Rumsfeld for Sexual Harassment by Molly Ian, Tough Cuts by Eva Lake, The Philosophy of Librarianship: A Journey Towards Discovery by Joshua Finnell, and How the RIAA Litigation Process Works by Ray Beckerman.< Less
Britain - a police state By public interest & h patey
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What happens to those who trip over unethical and criminal activities perpertrated by the State? An account by a nobody who tripped over unethical psychological experiments, perpetrated on a member... More > of her family. The use of psychological experiments is now very evident in the prisons at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay, where General Janis Karpinski has carried the can for activities she alleges were sanctioned by Rumsfeld himself. A useful description of the lengths to which the unaccountable can pursue, hound, harass and pursue an innocent civilian. When our security services are overseen by those whom the security services screen as sympathisers to their cause we have anarchy. This story provides insights into the microcosms of small lives and interpolates a personal experience to view what happens on the greater world stage to those who refuse to be cowed into submission. From David Kelly to Princess Diana – a picture of insouciant criminality at the heart of the British State is unavoidable.< Less
Britain - a police state By Helen Pender & Public Interest
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What happens to those who trip over unethical and criminal activities perpertrated by the State? An account by a nobody who tripped over unethical psychological experiments, perpetrated on a member... More > of her family. The use of psychological experiments is now very evident in the prisons at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay, where General Janis Karpinski has carried the can for activities she alleges were sanctioned by Rumsfeld himself. A useful description of the lengths to which the unaccountable can pursue, hound, harass and pursue an innocent civilian. When our security services are overseen by those whom the security services screen as sympathisers to their cause we have anarchy. This story provides insights into the microcosms of small lives and interpolates a personal experience to view what happens on the greater world stage to those who refuse to be cowed into submission. From David Kelly to Princess Diana – a picture of insouciant criminality at the heart of the British State is unavoidable.< Less
Britain - a police state By public interest & h patey
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What happens to those who trip over unethical and criminal activities perpertrated by the State? An account by a nobody who tripped over unethical psychological experiments, perpetrated on a member... More > of her family. The use of psychological experiments is now very evident in the prisons at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay, where General Janis Karpinski has carried the can for activities she alleges were sanctioned by Rumsfeld himself. A useful description of the lengths to which the unaccountable can pursue, hound, harass and pursue an innocent civilian. When our security services are overseen by those whom the security services screen as sympathisers to their cause we have anarchy. This story provides insights into the microcosms of small lives and interpolates a personal experience to view what happens on the greater world stage to those who refuse to be cowed into submission. From David Kelly to Princess Diana – a picture of insouciant criminality at the heart of the British State is unavoidable.< Less
Britain - a police state By Helen Pender & Public Interest
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What happens to those who trip over unethical and criminal activities perpertrated by the State? An account by a nobody who tripped over unethical psychological experiments, perpetrated on a member... More > of her family. The use of psychological experiments is now very evident in the prisons at Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo Bay, where General Janis Karpinski has carried the can for activities she alleges were sanctioned by Rumsfeld himself. A useful description of the lengths to which the unaccountable can pursue, hound, harass and pursue an innocent civilian. When our security services are overseen by those whom the security services screen as sympathisers to their cause we have anarchy. This story provides insights into the microcosms of small lives and interpolates a personal experience to view what happens on the greater world stage to those who refuse to be cowed into submission. From David Kelly to Princess Diana – a picture of insouciant criminality at the heart of the British State is unavoidable.< Less
The Critical (Fall 2006) By The Critical
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Buy the latest issue of The Critical today! THE BEST OF FALL 2006 ISSUE INCLUDES: Leon H. Wolf on Eugenics ‡ Ryan T. Anderson on Stem Cells ‡ Joshua Treviño on Abortion... More > ‡ Lydia McGrew on Euthanasia ‡ Benjamin T. Domenech on the GOP Collapse ‡ Victoria Gardner Coates on Donald Rumsfeld ‡ Dan McLaughlin and John Hawkwood on Iraq ‡ Hugh Hewitt on The Inquisition of Andrew Sullivan ‡ An excerpt from Paul Cella's forthcoming book ‡ Michele Catalano on Disco ‡ Aaron Haspel on U2 ‡ Jeff Emanuel on The Prestige ‡ Pejman Yousefzadeh on the Game of Tag ‡ with Poetry on Sainthood and editor's notes on Keith Olbermann's Dominoes and The Chapel of an Unknown God THE CRITICAL IS: -A new and exciting publication featuring the finest writing of the blogosphere -A collection of articles, poems, reviews, and other writing on a wide range of topics -A quarterly journal of thoughts deserving permanence in a fleeting age< Less
Defense Transformation: To What, For What? By Kevin Reynolds & Strategic Studies Institute
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The transformation of America’s armed forces and defense establishment has been one of the key overarching objectives of President George W. Bush’s administration. Measuring the value of... More > high-technology weapons systems and their demonstrated effectiveness in the opening stages of both Operations ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has increased the pace of defense transformation. But beyond enhancing the lethality of U.S. forces on the conventional battlefield, where is defense transformation headed? In this monograph, Colonel Kevin Reynolds asks the question, “What form is transformation taking and what end(s) are the armed forces transforming to obtain?” He argues that U.S. foreign and national security policies should drive the pace and direction of defense transformation, but finds that all too often the military’s weapons systems preferences determine the shape and form of the armed services transformation and their future capability sets.< Less
Revising The Two Mtw Force Shaping Paradigm: A “strategic Alternatives Report” From The Strategic Studies Institute By Steven Metz & Strategic Studies Institute
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U.S. military strategy is undergoing its most serious examination since the end of the Cold War. Led by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, this process is designed to assess every dimension of the... More > strategy, including its most basic assumptions and concepts. For the first time in over a decade, everything about U.S. military strategy is subject to question. One of the most important elements of U.S. military strategy for the past ten years has been the belief that a force able to fight two nearly simultaneous major theater wars (MTW) of the DESERT STORM type would be capable of dealing with the full gamut of security challenges that the United States is likely to face. Now nearly every expert on U.S. military strategy agrees that this force shaping paradigm needs a relook.< Less
Transforming Defense By Conrad C. Crane & Strategic Studies Institute
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Even before the Bush administration in Washington began its defense reviews, the topic of transforming America’s armed forces to meet the security demands of the post-Cold War era and beyond... More > was receiving much attention. The sharp debates about the direction and impact of President George W. Bush’s and Secretary Donald Rumsfeld’s plans for defense reform have magnified that trend. For that reason, the theme of the Twelfth Annual Strategy Conference conducted by the U.S. Army War College in April 2001, “Transforming Defense in an Era of Peace and Prosperity,” was especially timely. The ideas and issues presented in this collection of papers from that gathering will educate and inform anyone interested in the past and future course of American defense reform. Though conference attendees had many differing opinions about the barriers to defense transformation and how to overcome them, a broad consensus formed that some change is essential to meet future security requirements.< Less
Budget Policy And Fiscal Risk: Implications For Defense By Dennis S. Ippolito & Strategic Studies Institute
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Critics often charge that the major revision of U.S. military strategy which took place after the collapse of the Soviet Union was budget-driven rather than strategydriven. Partially in response to... More > this, the current strategic review, led by Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld, is intended to be “strategy-driven.” Even so, the defense budget remains one of the central shaping features of U.S. national security and national military strategy. To understand what is possible in terms of defense transformation, one must first have a firm grasp of the budgetary context of strategic decisions. In the monograph that follows, Dr. Dennis Ippolito, one of the leading experts on the American defense budget, assesses this context. He shows that defense will continue to compete with domestic programs for that portion of the budget allocated to discretionary spending, and argues that this is a competition in which defense needs have not fared especially well in the past and may not in the future.< Less

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