Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Great Time to Blame Bush

George W. Bush Jr. looks at his own gallery, April 2014. “Their vacancy, their stubborn refusal to offer anything beyond the most basic signal of a famous person’s identity, is precisely what [Read On…]

Deconstructing ISIL (Part 3)

The Red Line: Intervention in Syria and Iraq On August 21st, 2013, a chemical attack targets a Syrian rebel-held territory near Damascus, with surface rockets containing sarin, a deadly gas, killing more than [Read On…]

Deconstructing ISIL (Part 2)

The Arab Spring On the seventeenth day of December, 2010, in Tunisia, Mohamed Bouazizi lit himself aflame  after a lifetime of struggle with oppressive police conditions and poverty. Mohamed’s final act of life [Read On…]

Deconstructing ISIL (Part 1)

The New Face of War News about “The Islamic State” has been circulating widely since August 2014, when President Obama ordered a prolonged campaign of airstrikes in Iraq. The average news reader [Read On…]