Tag Archives: Osama bin laden

Where in the hell is Hell?

A majority of the American public believe that although Osama bin Laden was shot twice, once in the chest and once in the head, snuffing out his life, that somehow he lives on. The US Government has advised that they disposed of the body in the sea in keeping with Islamic tradition. “A weight is […]

Terrorism and the Struggle for Democracy

Killing Osama bin Laden was the right thing to do. He was the self declared enemy of the United States and the leader of the organization that attacked us on September 11, 2001. It should have been the main mission all along, coupled perhaps with increased border protection, complete US control and management of port […]

Osama bin Laden is no more

Where were you when you heard? This will be the question Americans will ask of each other for the foreseeable future. It seems a part of our lexicon whenever significant events occur that affect us all. In what is perhaps the first such moment since 9/11/2001 the President of the United States, Barack Obama, announced […]

What we can learn from the Russians about Afghanistan

The United States of America attacked the Taliban in Afghanistan on October 7, 2001. The US policy called the Bush Doctrine stated that the US would not distinguish between Al Qaeda or the nations that harbored them. With the stated military objective of capturing Osama bin Laden, removing the Taliban regime and destroying Al Qaeda, […]