Kraut rock band “Embryo” in Afghanistan in 1978 jamming with the local heroes. Yeah it’s a bit long for pop music, but it’s a South Asian jam. Get into it.
The Afghan mujahedin CIA operative-owned IHOP on 17th Street in Costa Mesa has big news. They are leaving the IHOP family to be free! With luck, they will not need any Stinger missiles to do so.
However, they do need to rename the place, and they’re having a contest to do so.
Ready… set… GO!
The concept of “Afghan Fashion Show” is already a win. The video itself is unremarkable mostly except for this guy, who is a superstar:
It appears from this letter, which was printed in today’s Washington post, that at least some of the officer corps would prefer to keep the Geneva Conventions, and the constitution. And this is someone who’s seen the worst our enemies can do.
A Matter of Honor
The following letter was sent to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) on Sept. 16:
Dear Senator McCain:
I am a graduate of West Point currently serving as a Captain in the U.S. Army Infantry. I have served two combat tours with the 82nd Airborne Division, one each in Afghanistan and Iraq. While I served in the Global War on Terror, the actions and statements of my leadership led me to believe that United States policy did not require application of the Geneva Conventions in Afghanistan or Iraq. Continue reading “Capt. Fishback’s letter: “This is morally inconsistent with the Constitution””
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