By Sam Staley | Sunday July 2, 2017 at 9:30 AM PST | Comments Off on Review: Megan Leavey Explores Emotional Trauma of War
The film Megan Leavey carries a message much more important than its pedestrian name and movie trailers imply. This is not a feel good war film, nor one principally of battlefield heroism. Instead it’s a poignant and relatable story about human trauma and healing based on the real life experiences of coincidental war hero...
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By Anthony Gregory | Monday July 27, 2009 at 9:13 AM PST | 5 Comments
A majority of Americans, including an overwhelming majority of Democrats, oppose the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Yet the warmongering persists. The Afghanistan war has been expanded and Obama has greatly expanded upon Bush’s drone attacks in Pakistan. I predicted this would happen with an Obama presidency. Because the Democratic voters tend to...
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