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By Gary Brecher
WN 39: The War Nerd Surveys The Baltic Armies

Years ago I got an angry email from somebody claiming to be in one of the Baltic militaries. Whoever he was, he wrote in grammatically perfect English so he just had to be from Northern Europe. We can’t talk English…

Apr 28, 2011 | Comments (84)

By Yasha Levine
Groundbreaking Rightwing Research Yields The "Teabagger Oil Theory"

The price of oil hit $125 today, a 33 percent increase since the start of the year, and will probably keep going up. For those wondering “why,” there’s a new theory that explains everything.

Apr 27, 2011 | Comments (26)

By Gary Brecher
WN 38 IRA vs. Al Qaeda: I Was Wrong

  Before I confess how wrong I was about a big issue, I’ll give myself a little pat on the head for being right about a much smaller deal, the Afghan jailbreak I talked about two days ago.

Apr 27, 2011 | Comments (150)

By Gary Brecher
WN 37: Is There an Al Qaeda?

There are times when you look back and wish you’d had the courage to say what you were thinking. With me it’s a spotty record: Sometimes I do, but more often I wimp out. I wish now I’d said the…

Apr 26, 2011 | Comments (78)

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By Mark Ames
eXiled Editor Mark Ames Talks With Amy Goodman About The Kochs, Oligarchy & Wealth Inequality On Democracy Now!

  Mark Ames goes on the Amy Goodman Show on Democracy Now! to talk about the Koch brothers’ shocking election mailer to their workers, the subject of Ames’ latest cover story feature for The Nation magazine co-authored with labor journalist…

Apr 25, 2011 | Comments (19)

By Gary Brecher
WN 36: Taliban "Escape"

You can’t keep a good Talib down. Or in jail, apparently.

Apr 25, 2011 | Comments (28)

By Gary Brecher
WN 35: The War Nerd Looks At War Movies

Last Sunday I was grumbling about how there are so many great books about war and not that many great war movies. That got a lot of readers lobbing in their suggestions for good war movies. One reminded me that…

Apr 24, 2011 | Comments (119)