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Leaving Afghanistan Finally, the United States is out of Afghanistan after 20 years of a failed invasion that left about 2,000 American soldiers dead and countless injured. Billions spent—and lots [...] Continue Reading

A Family History in the Holocaust

By Peter Maiden I am the child of a survivor of the Holocaust, part of what’s known as the second generation. Whether it be nature or nurture, all my life I have experienced a sense of trauma, [...] Continue Reading

Fresno—A Hotbed of Radicalism?

By Mike Rhodes May 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of a social and political upheaval that changed how some people saw this sleepy little town. Shaw Avenue south of Fresno State was shut down by [...] Continue Reading

Nuclear Lies and Broken Promises

By Conn M. Hallinan When Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told an economic meeting in the city of Sivas on Sept. 4 that Turkey was considering building nuclear weapons, he was responding to a [...] Continue Reading