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Barack Obama’s Lesson in Applied Counterinsurgency

One of the more frustrating aspects of counterinsurgency is talking to the people who were recently shooting at you -- sometimes while they’re shooting at you.
Jul 31, 2020

Barack Obama’s Lesson in Applied Counterinsurgency

Barack Obama’s Lesson in Applied Counterinsurgency

One of the more frustrating aspects of counterinsurgency is talking to the people who were recently shooting at you -- sometimes while they’re shooting at you.
One of the more frustrating aspects of counterinsurgency is talking to the people who were recently shooting at you -- sometimes while they’re shooting at you.
Jul 31, 2020

Lillis to Discuss Massey Mine Safety Risks on The Ed Show

Lillis to Discuss Massey Mine Safety Risks on The Ed Show

In the wake of the explosion at the Upper Big Branch coal mine earlier this week, Mike Lillis dug through federal records and wrote a piece, published this
In the wake of the explosion at the Upper Big Branch coal mine earlier this week, Mike Lillis dug through federal records and wrote a piece, published this
Jul 31, 2020

Survey: Voters swing dramatically against GOP

Survey: Voters swing dramatically against GOP

Discontented voters who swept an historic Republican majority into the House last November are ready to sweep out that majority just as dramatically, according to a survey released Tuesday (pdf) by Public Policy Polling. The Republicans, who have been pushing deep spending cuts and controversial anti-abortion and anti-gay rights policies since January, have apparently alienated the independent swing voters who put them in power. “The conventional wisdom is that Democrats will have a very hard time winning back control of the House next year,” said PPP President Dean Debnam in a release that accompanied the survey results.
Discontented voters who swept an historic Republican majority into the House last November are ready to sweep out that majority just as dramatically, according to a survey released Tuesday (pdf) by Public Policy Polling. The Republicans, who have been pushing deep spending cuts and controversial anti-abortion and anti-gay rights policies since January, have apparently alienated the independent swing voters who put them in power. “The conventional wisdom is that Democrats will have a very hard time winning back control of the House next year,” said PPP President Dean Debnam in a release that accompanied the survey results.
Jul 31, 2020
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