Category Archives: Michael Granger

Of Pharaohs, Kings and Generals: What about the Egyptian People?

By Michael Granger On February 11, 2011, after the Egyptian Military turned the barrels of their guns away from the protesters in Tahrir Square, Hosni Mubarak was forced to step down as president of Egypt and the world was moved by the restraint shown … Continue reading

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To the Junta in Egypt: Your Time is Up!

By Michael Granger On February 11, 2011, after the Egyptian military turned the barrels of their guns away from the protesters in Tahrir Square, Hosni Mubarak was forced to step down as president of Egypt and the world was moved by the restraint shown … Continue reading

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Win One for the USA

By Michael Granger What President Obama and the Tea Party should do Today the political system is engaged in a zero sum game in which the losing party is the United States. The game being played amounts to a scorched … Continue reading

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Afghanistan: A Lost Cause?

By Michael Granger It is tragic to think that Afghanistan is a lost cause, yet it is difficult to disabuse ourselves of the perception that it is. It is not that something went tragically wrong as a result of the … Continue reading

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Is Iraq Really Over?

By Michael Granger Sometimes the little inconsistencies shed the most light on a confusing situation. While Libya and Afghanistan have been the subject of much public debate, aside from an insult hurled at a congressional delegation by the Iraqi Prime … Continue reading

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