The book is not about the messiness of whether we ought to have gone there or not; it’s about “now what.”
War-making has indeed become all too easy and it’s become all too harder to end it.
So, salute the flag, But, see, your hand drips with blood. Use that cloth to wash. Yes, sir, right away. Continue reading
Courtesy of Gawker is the story of one soldier’s last words. Here’s a snippet: Thus, I am left with basically nothing. Continue reading
“I just heard that Tina…has cancer…I mean, fuck off, right?! We all have cancer. I’ve got cancer pretty bad, but Continue reading