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Who Speaks for the US Military on Iraq?

The presidential donation figures show it's Ron Paul, says William Marina.

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7/19/2007

The Real Issue Is Empire

And it has been throughout our history, says William Marina.

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1/31/2007

‘If You Harbor Terrorists, You Are a Terrorist’

But the US harbors terrorists, says William Marina.

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10/12/2006

Another September 11th: Stimson, the Bomb, Bush and Iran

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10/2/2006

Imperial Schism?

William Marina on the firing of Bruce Bartlett and its larger significance.

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3/1/2006

The Dubai Ports Issue

It’s Wal-Mart and Toyota hysteria all over again, says William Marina.

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2/23/2006

Are We Slow Learners?

William Marina on the doleful history of empires.

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11/1/2005

Was Columbus a Jew?

William Marina on political incorrectness and American textbooks.

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10/13/2005

Liberation = Military Bases

Just like in Cuba, says William Marina.

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9/20/2005

The Man Who Invented Audie Murphy

Sort of. William Marina on Nathaniel Weyl.

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8/8/2005

Missing Officers

And what this implies for the US occupation and attempted Iraqization.

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7/5/2005

Standing Armies

Don't stand around much. William Marina on the ancient and modern history of this lamentable institution.

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7/14/2001

A Day That Does Live in Infamy

The first standing army on American soil.

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6/5/2001

Yellow Horde of Hackers?

Well, not quite.

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5/31/2001

The Legitimacy Crisis of the Imperial State

Go, Florida, go!

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11/21/2000

Are the ‘Monsters’ Coming Home to Roost?

Bill Marina writes Jimmy Carter about empire and mass democracy, and how we are reaping what we sowed.

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11/10/2000

The Florida Government’s War on Fruit Trees

Who's to blame, and how did this crazy and evil attack on private property get started?

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11/3/2000
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