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Blindly staying in the Middle East is our new approach to foreign policy

Blindly staying in the Middle East is our new approach to foreign policy

Sergio Monreal

October 27, 2015

How does U.S. foreign policy affect the typical CSUN student? Well, you are stuck with the bill: approximately $4 to $6 trillion. Yes, your taxes for the coming decades, long after you graduate, will go towards paying for the catastrophic interventions by the United States. While running for President ...

Friends with the Enemy (part 1/2)

Friends with the Enemy (part 1/2)

Laleh Haverim

April 20, 2010

"Friends with the Enemy" shows the stories of three different American soldiers and their experiences in war. We have George Gillman Key Jr., a WWII veteran...Sid Mendoza, an Iraq Veteran and Scholarship and Enrollment officer at California State University Northridge... and Iraq veteran and Los Angeles organizer of A.N...

Friends with the Enemy

Friends with the Enemy

Laleh Haverim

April 20, 2010

"Friends with the Enemy" shows the stories of three different American soldiers and their experiences in war. We have George Gillman Key Jr., a WWII veteran...Sid Mendoza, an Iraq Veteran and Scholarship and Enrollment officer at California State University Northridge... and Iraq veteran and Los Angeles organizer of A.N.S...

Any person can become a terrorist

Kimberly Krieger

March 29, 2010

It is not a race, nor is it a religion, culture, or single political affiliation. Terrorism can be all of these things, but it is a problem that transcends all categories. In these times of uncertainty, it is common to profile certain people, and label them as “terrorists.” With the recen...

It’s time to get out of Afghanistan now

Joseph Glatzer

November 4, 2009

From the calm and measured intelligent discourse of cable news to the hard hitting in-depth stories of the Associated Press, the debate is raging.  Should we send more troops to Afghanistan? The debate is usually very narrowly defined: “Are there enough troops in Afghanistan to win?” or “If w...

The difference between Afghanistan and Vietnam

Pam Tapper

October 8, 2009

Many have speculated that Afghanistan could become this generation’s Vietnam, but it appears the outcome of the  war in Afghanistan will be much different than the Vietnam War. There are many similarities with Afghanistan and Vietnam, but there are many differences too. Our war with Afghanistan st...

President Obama needs to get his priorities straight

William Herbe

October 2, 2009

President Obama is a making a mockery of America’s priorities with his visit to Copenhagen, Denmark today. His visit is for one reason and one reason only, to bring the Olympics to Chicago in 2016. The Olympics are one of the most anticipated and celebrated cultural events in the history of the wor...

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