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“Iraq War”

Meeting Adam Kokesh in New Hampshire

I had an unexpected run-in with none other than Adam Kokesh this morning. Adam is an Iraq War veteran who is now leading the charge to end U.S. wars and occupations around the world. I featured Adam in my video, Ron Paul: Veterans for Peace. If you haven’t already done so, be sure to check [...]

Ron Paul in 2003: Litmus Test for War

In a February 2003 interview on C-SPAN, Congressman Ron Paul explained his litmus test for whether or not a war is worth fighting: if you yourself are willing to lose your life in war or send your kids and grandchildren to war, then you are sincere. Paul demonstrated incredible foresight with the Iraq War and the troubles [...]

Beyond Party Lines (By Peter Kretzmann)

We are at a decisive turning point in the story of America. We have set a course for disaster that the status quo cannot fix. We need something far beyond the world of petty party politics. These two parties have created nothing short of a nightmare in Washington. We need new answers. I myself used [...]

Ten Years of War in Afghanistan

The U.S. invasion and occupation of Afghanistan began on October 7, 2001. On the ten year anniversary of the U.S. invasion and occupation of Afghanistan, let’s take a moment to think about whom we’re fighting and why. General David Petraeus has stated his belief that the Afghanistan War will last longer the Iraq War. These are [...]

Why Not Mitt Romney (In 60 Seconds)

Why not to vote for Mitt Romney in 2012. Please share this video and spread the word! Feel free to subscribe to the DavidKretzmann YouTube channel. Tweet

Rasmussen 2012 Poll – Ron Paul 38%; Barack Obama 39%

Today, Rasmussen reports that in a hypothetical 2012 match-up, Ron Paul would receive 38% of the vote versus 39% for Barack Obama: Texas Republican Congressman Ron Paul earns 38% of the vote to President Obama’s 39% in the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely U.S. Voters. Fourteen percent (14%) like some other candidate, [...]

The Iraq War: Concluding or Continuing?

The Iraq War is undoubtedly one of the largest issues to face the United States within the past decade. In the 2008 presidential elections these differences, opinions, and arguments came out of the woodwork. On August 31, 2010, President Obama officially announced the withdrawal of approximately 100,000 combat troops and declared it to be the [...]