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What it means to be a Christian after George W. Bush by Professor Charles Marsh

“I am certain that it would be better for Christians to stand in solidarity with compassionate atheists and agnostics, firmly resolved against injustice and cruelty, than to sing “Amazing Grace” with the heroic masses who cannot tell the difference between … Continue reading

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The Age of Terror a landmark report by Robert Fisk

Reprinted from┬áThe Independent, October 8, 2006 A few days after Lebanon’s latest war came to an end, I went through many of the reporter’s notebooks I have used in my last 30 years in the Middle East. Some contained the … Continue reading

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Abe Lincoln and George W. Bush – two peas in a very sinister pod

In as much as George W. Bush has come under justifiable criticism for disregarding the American Constitution and for deliberately starting wars without the backing of his own people, he could indeed claim that the precedent in both these areas … Continue reading

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