Tag Archive: drones

John Oliver investigates the chilling details of the U.S. drone program

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John Olliver’s Last Week Tonight does a good job of explaining exactly why Americans should be concerned about our drone program.  He draws on the Bureau of Investigative Journalism as a resource, as did… Continue reading

The War Has Never Stopped

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The theatrics of war declarations and congressional resolutions can make it appear as if the United States is only just now restarting direct involvement in conflicts in the Middle East.  President Obama claimed… Continue reading

Response from the Webs: Is the Drone War “Total” War?

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Our recent post, Is the Drone War “Total” War? was shared last week on two different feeds on Reddit. I thought it would be fun to share some of the comments from the… Continue reading

Is the Drone War “Total” War?

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We tend to think of the use of drones as a limited form of warfare. It makes sense — after all, we are not faced with daily images of destruction and climbing American… Continue reading

Cartoon: Peace Prize Proposal

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Friday Roundup!

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Every week, Jeremy and I will each submit our top three reads. Here’s what we’ve been delving into: Jeremy’s Picks Rand Paul rises on the Senate floor in opposition to drone warfare and… Continue reading