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Make Your Soldiers Feel Like Family
It is interesting how Iranian influence is growing in Iraq. I keep on thinking of Joel Wing's conclusion that Iraq is still more violent than Afghanistan.
More babbling at the UN today.
And what about Pakistan? Can they join the axis? Or have they already, and we just don't want to say so? (There is a lot to be said for hypocrisy in both
diplomacy and child-rearing.)
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Hey, Ai Weiwei, Don't Quit Your Day Job
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