Today marks the fifteenth anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center in New York, catapulting our nation into what has become an endless War on Terror. With our strategy of fighting terror with terror, we have ignited the Middle East into sectarian wars that have fractured the nations of Iraq and Libya, fueled the emergence and spread of ISIS, threatened the destabilization of Syria, and forced over 65 million people from their homelands.
While the military-industrial-financial complex salivates with endless wars, we-the-people must bear the burden of such wars. Where do our presidential candidates stand on this issue, if unchecked, that could transform us into a nation of empty bombshells and drive our world into a nuclear holocaust?
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