Open Letter to Congress

Below is the text of a letter I intend to mail to my elected officials regarding the situation in Pakistan and continued subsidies from Congress to Dictator Pervez Musharraf.  I make it publicly available for all to see in hopes that others will take similar action.

 

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The Second World War

If you have checked out my "What I Am Reading Now" section, you will see that the top of the list is Sir Winston Churchill's "The Second World War."  All other items on the list have been placed in a hold status until I finish this voluminous work.

The fascinating thing about this series of books is the amount of information that is not covered in history classes in any public education program. Most Americans only know of the war from the moment we entered it with the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. But it began long before that. I began even before France and Great Britain declared war on September 3, 1939 after the German invasion of Poland. Most chronologies date the beginning of the war from the German invasion of Czechoslovaki on March 15, 1939. But it began even before that.

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Make Yourself Relevant

Most of you are aware that I have been tracking the criminal case concerning neglect charges against Nancy Dyer for some time.   Information came to me regarding a self-proclaimed not-for-profit entity during the course of my investigation into the matter.   I sacrificed my personal blog at http://antimidas.blogspot.com to cover these issues for the past ten months and have moved all entries unrelated to those matters to this site.

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How Not To Treat a Guest

President Lee Bollinger of Columbia University has put me in the unfortunate and precarious position of having to side with President of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Yes, I believe that Ahmadinejad is the most vile and evil person to walk the face of the earth since Adolf Hitler.  But one does not invite a guest into their home only to be berated, insulted and attacked relentlessly. 

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