Daily Archives: September 3, 2015

Water Wars, Foreign and Domestic

by William Skink To live, we need water, so water is a part of war. Anything vital to surviving plays into global conflict. b at MoA digs into the water angle in the Syrian/Iraq mess. It’s worth reading. I’m going … Continue reading

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Why A Picture of a Dead Refugee Boy Won’t Change Anything

by William Skink A person I have a lot of respect for posted this article on her Facebook page that features a heartbreaking, graphic picture of a dead Syrian toddler who washed up on a beach. The little boy is … Continue reading

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