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Mark Dankof is a Lutheran pastor and freelance journalist, occasionally contributing to Iran Dokht, Al Bawaba, Nile Media, CASCFEN, and other Internet news sites. Once a third party candidate for the United States Senate in Delaware [2000], he maintains the website Mark Dankof’s America while pursuing post-graduate theological education at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia.  His commentary may be found regularly on SARTRE's Old American Right and Republic news site, Breaking All the Rules.


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Columns by Mark Dankof

The Empire's War with Iran and the U.S. Constitution
Mark Dankof 2005-01-20 17:00
Seymour Hersh's expos' for The New Yorker on the Pentagon's usurpation of the CIA's past turf in covert operations dovetails with two other recent pieces of analysis to produce a frightening picture of the American Empire's latest moves against Iran--as well as against the Old Republic's adherence to Constitutional standards regarding war making powers.
Courage, Clarity and Questions: Al Bawaba and the Berg Decapitation Photos
Mark Dankof 2004-05-14 16:00
The sheer horror and brutality of the pictorial depiction of a terrible crime serves a legitimate purpose when taken in tandem with the Abu Ghraib photographic debacle that has stripped George Bush and Donald Rumsfeld of any remaining pretense of possession of higher moral ground when it comes to America's War for Empire and Ariel Sharon. The Berg death, the sickening photos of Iraqi prisoner...
Bush"s Pals Are Panicking
Mark Dankof 2004-04-28 16:00
Pundits of American domestic political developments and their counterparts in Middle Eastern political analysis will duly note that smouldering resentment of George W. Bush's preemptive war in Iraq is about to burst into open flames in the Presidential campaign in the United States. The evidence is everywhere this week. And the most interesting aspect of this burgeoning crisis is one either...
Nice Job, King George!
Mark Dankof 2004-03-25 17:00
Aside from these moral and legal quandaries, Mr. Bush fails to explain how the targeted killing of the leader of Hamas achieves anything other than the exponential increase in hatred for Israel, the United States, and Britain--both in Palestine, as well as in the rest of the Middle East and the world. The outraged mobs in Gaza, whose numbers and angry mood were in televised images worldwide, are...