Scott Horton’s ‘Startling’ New Book: A Review

Scott Horton’s ‘Startling’ New Book: A Review

Scott Horton's new book, Enough Already: Time to End the War on Terrorism serves as an excellent guide to America's misadventures and war crimes since the 9/11 attack in 2001, including the endless war in Afghanistan, the wars with Iraq, our constant bullying of Iran, the destruction of Libya and the destructive civil war in Syria, which the U.S. helped create. The book was published in January and has in my opinion not received the attention it deserves. Many of the places Horton writes about remain in terrible shape. Libya, attacked during the Obama administration, is still embroiled in a...

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Local Paper From Ohio Reviews Scott’s New Book, Discovers “Endless Outrages” in Afghanistan

Local Paper From Ohio Reviews Scott’s New Book, Discovers “Endless Outrages” in Afghanistan

The U.S. war in Afghanistan began in 2001, shortly after the 9/11 terrorist attack. That was 16 years ago, and our war there threatens to drag on for many more years. The endless war is a pointless exercise in death and destruction, yet there is little public discussion about it. Neither Democrats nor Republicans seem particularly interested in talking about whether we ought to stay there forever. Our current political arguments over “culture war” flashpoints seem to interest partisans more than the basic question of whether America should be endlessly at war. If you are at least willing to...

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Local Paper From Ohio Reviews Scott’s New Book, Discovers “Endless Outrages” in Afghanistan

Local Paper From Ohio Reviews Scott's New Book, Discovers "Endless Outrages" in Afghanistan

The U.S. war in Afghanistan began in 2001, shortly after the 9/11 terrorist attack. That was 16 years ago, and our war there threatens to drag on for many more years. The endless war is a pointless exercise in death and destruction, yet there is little public discussion about it. Neither Democrats nor Republicans seem particularly interested in talking about whether we ought to stay there forever. Our current political arguments over “culture war” flashpoints seem to interest partisans more than the basic question of whether America should be endlessly at war. If you are at least willing to...

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Last Rights: The Death of American Liberty

Last Rights: The Death of American Liberty

Americans today have “freedom” to be fleeced, groped, injected, harassed, surveilled, vilified, disarmed, beaten, detained, and maybe shot by federal agents. From hapless homeowners hit by SWAT raids to pandemic lockdowns pointlessly paralyzing lives, government...

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