Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Robert Parry Exclusive: "Neocons Trading Medicare for War" @ Consortium News

The American neocons are again on the upswing as they undercut peace initiatives from the Obama administration and gain Republican support for maintaining massive Pentagon spending, in exchange for limiting senior citizens’ access to Medicare. As Robert Parry reports, the neocons can now see the light at the end of the tunnel for their restoration to power.

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While there, also read:

Trading Guatemala for Cuba by Jo Wilkie

Petraeus Pads Success Against Taliban by Gareth Porter

Sexual Puritanism and Empire by Phil Rockstroh

A Minister Out of Place by Rev. Howard Bess

GOP Rejects Global Warming Threat by Michael Winship

Teddy Roosevelt's Bloodlust by William Loren Katz

Manufacturing Fear on Iran Nukes by Lawrence Davidson

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