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Hawks Defend War on Low-Key 10th Anniversary of Iraq Invasion
WASHINGTON - Ten years after President George W. Bush launched his “shock and awe” campaign to overwhelm Iraq – and the rest of the world – with the futility of resisting Washington’s military might, the public and much of the foreign policy elite appear remarkably uninterested in marking the...
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The Lies: No Doubt, No Question, Mountain of Evidence, We Know He Has Them, No Doubt
Marking ten years of the unprecedented , ongoing debacle that was the Iraq War, a compilation by William Pitt of the flood of lies, told over and over, by an Adminstration that has yet to receive its just rewards. Chilling. "Simply stated, there is no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of...
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10 Years After Iraq Invasion: Continued Myths, Hundreds of Thousands Killed
This week marks ten years since the U.S. invasion of Iraq. The Iraq war, which most today in the U.S. see as a mistake , has cost the U.S. trillions of dollars, billions of which were " wasted ." But the devastation for the people of Iraq is incalculable: hundreds of thousands have been killed,...
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Consulting the Zombies: Why We Invariably Turn to the “Experts” Who Were Never Right When It Comes to Iraq
We don’t get it. We really don’t. We may not, in military terms, know how to win any more, but as a society we don’t get losing either. We don’t recognize it, even when it’s staring us in the face, when nothing—and I mean nothing—works out as planned. Take the upcoming 10th anniversary of George W...
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War Hawks Were Wrong, Wrong, Wrong about Iraq
As we near the 10th anniversary of the Iraq War, we all need to account for our positions in 2003
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Schwarzkopf and US Hegemony in the Middle East
Gen. Norman H. Schwarzkopf is dead at 78 . He died of pneumonia. Schwarzkopf was among the military leaders who repositioned the United States as a Middle Eastern hegemon. The US had interests in the Middle East from World War II forward, but the region was frankly on the back burner. The central...
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Propaganda Deja Vu? Media Uncritically Echoes Unnamed US Officials on Syria’s Chemical Weapons
“All governments lie.” — I.F. Stone The mainstream media is at it again , uncritically regurgitating the vague and unverified claims of anonymous American intelligence officials who say that Syria’s Bashar al-Assad has readied chemical weapons to use on his people. There’s no doubt that Assad,...
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An Obit for the General: History, Farce, and David Petraeus
The Fall of the American Empire (Writ Small)
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Mitt Romney’s Team Would Let Loose Dogs of War in Iran
It’s the consensus among the pundits: foreign policy doesn’t matter in this presidential election. They point to the ways Republican candidate Mitt Romney has more or less parroted President Barack Obama on just about everything other than military spending and tough talk about another “ American...
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The Dogs of War Are Barking
Mitt Romney’s Team Wants to Let 'Em Loose in Iran
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