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How’s Your Week Been? Poke at Boke, Sailing on the Water, and Jazz at Nonna.

Now I realize you might be thinking, “how can sailing count? It’s not like the rest of us can just head out for a sail…,” but here’s the thing. You totally can. Continue reading

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Adrift in Long Beach, Washington – Part Two: Discovery Trail

As you get closer to Cape Disappointment, you begin to see a more forested view, with spruce, alder, and lush stands of sword and lady ferns. Continue reading

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Spreading confusion with facts? Or, hey, isn’t it about time for another war?

From CNN affiliate, Gant Daily: “The White House said Tuesday the Syrian regime and Russia are trying to “confuse the world community about who is responsible for using chemical weapons against the Syrian people in this and earlier attacks.” reading

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An analysis of economic and political problems in Syria before the war

Someone recently asked me, given my clear and unwavering support for the Syrian government in the Syrian war, if there was any single criticism I could make about the Syrian government. (I think they somehow believe I’m so blinded by, … Continue reading

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War Criminal

Originally posted on Friends of Syria:
It’s time for the American people to speak up. This is our money and this is what they’re doing with it. Friends of Syria View original post

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Because today, one post just isn’t enough. Or, calling all moderate Syrian rebels.

I just reposted a blog from a US citizen who has spent a lot of time in Syria and had a clear understanding of life there before the war. I opened wordpress today to post a different blog, and so … Continue reading

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Damascus and Baghdad: A Marine’s Syrian Education

Originally posted on Levant Report:
My article written for Foreign Policy Journal (6/26/14). FP JOURNAL– Last week, Sami Ramadani undertook the urgent task of giving Western audiences a history lesson on the supposed entrenched sectarian violence of modern Iraq. His…

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