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Emotions

                After reading the assigned readings and watching the movie I am more educated on how much soldiers go through in their emotions. Soldiers experience firsthand the loss of loved ones, friends, and other soldiers around them.  They not only … Continue reading

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Editor’s note

The following is an article by Nicholas Schmidle.  The article is about what happened the night of Osama Bin Laden’s death.  The readers should know that the article is pro America and is full of suspense and details.  Schmidle make … Continue reading

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Fear

Hannah Bowers November 2, 2011 Fear                 From the talk with Masha Hamilton I learned a lot and found it very enlightening.  One thing she really made me realize is that there is a strong fear.  This fear is between … Continue reading

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Internet

Hannah Bowers                Blog Post October 19,2005 Internet                 Throughout chapter 6 in Segman’s book he primarily talked about how the internet is becoming more popular in terrorism and more of a threat.  To me this is kind of obvious and … Continue reading

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Vicarious Poverty

Hannah Bowers Blog Post October 11, 2011                 I have to agree with Sageman when he says that one of the most popular explanations of terrorism is vicarious poverty in Leaderless Jihad.  It is said in the reading that economic … Continue reading

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Patronage

Hannah Bowers Blog Post October 4, 2011 Patronage                 Patronage has many meanings the one I find that Casteel uses is that patronage is the power to distribute or appoint people to governmental of political positions.  In Letters to Abu … Continue reading

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Imminent Attacks

Hannah Bowers September 28, 2011                 I really enjoyed reading the article by Alan Deshowitz, I found it interesting and I learned a lot from reading it.  In the article it said that the change in Article 51 should say … Continue reading

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Metz Diagram

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Chapter 6; Group 2

Christina Zaranka: Page 130: “The European Union is an unprecedented geopolitical realignment the likes of which has not been seen since the end of the Roman Empire.” Roman Empire: “The empire centered at the city of Rome, in what is … Continue reading

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Chapter 2

Christina Zaranka Pages 34-45: “Herod’s greatest achievement was the restoration and expansion of the Temple of Jerusalem…” Temple of Jerusalem: “Either of two temples that were at the centre of worship and national identity in ancient Israel. When David captured … Continue reading

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