A bizarre video called “Rebel Rocket Attack” appeared on street artist Banksy’s official website yesterday. It was originally accompanied by the following text, which has since disappeared: “I’m not posting any pictures today. Not after this shocking footage has emerged.”
Our government is yet again marching us towards a war of choice in the Middle East and our non-partisan, peace-loving celebrities have gone missing since late 2008. We fear the worst.
There is no better feeling.
Pope Francis, in the midst of the ongoing debate over an intervention in Syria, spent the last two days on Twitter decrying war and hoping for peace.
“The start of the historic American retreat,” Syria’s state-run newspaper declared on its front page Sunday.
“Congress shall have power to … declare War” But Congress hasn’t actually declared war since World War II.
“So sorry I offended so many vegans. In Missouri we raise pigs and cattle and chickens to eat them.”
The memes are running 10-1 against, Mr. President.
Ashley Gilbertson is on a crusade to de-stigmatize PTSD for returning soldiers. “Bedrooms of the Fallen” immortalizes rooms of soldiers who passed to help people remember their lives before war.
Rocket attacks in Homs sent a massive ball of fire into the sky. At least 22 people were killed in the blast.
Consider yourself warned.
The Zaatari Refugee Camp, near the Jordanian city of Mafraq, currently holds an estimated 120,000 Syrian refugees making it one of Jordan’s largest cities. The camp which opened on July 28, 2012 had a planned capacity of 60,000 people.
Monopoly actually played a very important role during the war.
From a new exhibition at the British Library called Propaganda: Power and Persuasion.
South Korea’s Yonhap News agency reports North Korea has moved two intermediate-range missiles to its East coast.
In a special statement, North Korea said it will deal with every inter-Korean issue in a wartime manner, Yohhap News reports. The declaration refocuses the conflict from hollow threats to Atlanta to dead-serious ones targeting Seoul.
President Bashar al-Assad accused rebels of a deadly chemical weapons missile attack on Tuesday. Rebels rebuffed the claims and blamed the regime. At least 25 people died and more than 110 others were injured in the town of Khan al-Asal, Syrian state media said.
Is this the first weaponized cat meme?
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has also clashed with the U.S. military over repeated delays to the scheduled handover of Afghan detainees, New York Times reports.
Senator Rand Paul filibusters vote on CIA director nominee John Brennan over the use of drones against Americans on U.S. soil. Here are the highlights.
Obama’s national security policy has continued some of the most controversial moves of the Bush administration. Silence from much of the left.
Oh man, if they were judging together, it would have been such great TV. Our loss.
In a truly epic twitter battle of the boy band stars, the war ends with one being called “chlamydia boy.”
…in which The CNN anchor Don Lemon calls Jonah Hill a tool and Jonah Hill calls Don Lemon a 12-year-old girl.
The right gives no ground after a big defeat. A new video from Heritage Action for America.
“World Chaos” with “Religion on the run” are consequences of another Obama term, the video from Winning Our Future states.
“Start rebuilding here,” is the campaign’s refrain hours before the foreign policy debate.
From twitterpated youths to death do us part, from 1586 to 2012, and from Paris to Times Square: this is the look of love. Warning: heart fluttering, heart breaking, and heart re-making all straight ahead.