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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Gary Anderson
Growing up on a farm in southeast Kansas inspired a lifelong interest in nature for Lawrence resident Gary Anderson.
Britain's Craig Pickering has withdrawn from the bobsled competition at the Sochi Olympics with a back injury.
Utah State says 26 football players have committed to the Aggies, including 18 high school and eight junior-college standouts.
A Lawrence event will give people a chance to learn more about eagles during the raptors' annual migration.
During the early stages of America's occupation of Iraq in 2003, in my capacity as a special adviser to the Defense Department, I briefed Ambassador L. Paul Bremer, our proconsul in Baghdad, and attempted to persuade him to adopt a counterinsurgency strategy.
With marriages to be available for Minnesota's gay couples starting Aug. 1, Duluth residents Gary Anderson and Gary Boelhower are getting ready to do something that seemed impossible when they started dating three years ago: plan a wedding.
Counterterrorism (CT in military argot) and counterinsurgency (COIN) are two very different things that are sometimes used interchangeably by politicians and journalists not familiar with the national security community's often confusing tribal language.
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Victor Davis Hanson has concluded that the strategic landscape of the post-Cold War world looks less like the 19th and 20th centuries than the age of classical warfare, when actors that resembled today's nation-states regularly dealt with non-state actors ranging from giant tribal alliances to small-scale insurgencies.
If the Nigerian Christmas crotch bomber had been infected with a deadly biological disease rather than wearing an explosive diaper, he likely would have caused a pandemic of worldwide proportions.
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America need not be Rome in its decline and fall.
"Just looking at the photos myself, I said 'gee whiz,' I thought I had never seen a Rusty Blackbird, but I wonder if I have mistaken them for Grackles or something like that," Anderson said.
"The population has taken a hit over the last 50 years," Anderson said. "I see this as an opportunity for our members to help out and learn about a bird we don't know much about."