The story of Anne Frank is tragic. If not for the words that she wrote in her diary, she would be a digit of history. Her diary is relatable, and the thoughts that collected inside her being during a horrible time in history gives the reader an idea of who she was....
Pete Quiñones is Leaving the Institute
As some of you may have already learned, managing editor Pete Quiñones will be leaving the Institute on December 31st. Personally, I still love the guy and plan on remaining good friends. (And for the record, I do not blame him for the recent doxing of a couple of our...
Salafis Throwing Bombs: How American and British Planners Partnered With Al-Qaeda Affiliated Groups At the Start of the Syrian Civil War
Introduction In the mainstream view, al-Qaeda did not play a role in the Syria conflict until Islamic State of Iraq (ISI) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi dispatched his deputy, Abu Muhammad al-Jolani, to Syria in August 2011 to establish a wing of the group there, called...
The Antiwar Comic: The Bane of All Presidents
I guess I could've called this "The War on Blame" More comics at the Webcomic Factory.
The New Resistance Hero
Trump has only himself (and Sheldon Adelson ) to blame.
Trump Is Pulling a Hillary
He's started a propaganda campaign to blame a foreign power for his own grotesque failure.
Kamala the Cop campaign hits back at Tulsi
The Harris campaign press secretary Ian Sams was quick to respond to the attacks on Kamala the Cop by Tulsi. They put the blame on ........... wait for it ......... wait for it. Russia! And of course the obligatory references to Assad I think Tulsi struck a...
On FPF #362, I discuss how Iran is being blamed for the attack on two cargo ships in the Gulf of Oman. There are still many actors who may have had the incentive to attack the ships, and no one who is accusing Iran of carrying out the attack has presented any evidence...
Gen. Joe Dunford: The U.S. is seeking to close a “gap in perception”
Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff, doubles down on intel about Iran threat at Brookings Institution May 29, 2019 What the hell is a gap in perception? "we wanted the Iranians to know that if they did anything, it would be attributed...
The US-Saudi Genocide in Yemen
The New York Times finally gets around to mentioning the "price" Yemeni civilians are paying in the war -- only to blame it all on Saudi, and the Houthis, of course.
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