Iraq Anniversary, Part 1

As we approach the fourth anniversary of “Operation Iraqi Freedom,” even the most blind and bigoted understand what a catastrophe it has been. Billed as a plan to liberate Iraqis, it has indeed liberated uncounted numbers from all earthly woes.

Antiwar Movement Marks 4th Anniversary of Iraq War with Protests in All 50 States

As the 4th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq approaches, United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ) released information today about plans for local antiwar activities around the country in the coming days.

Clinton Takes Step Back on War Plan

According to today’s New York Times Hillary Clinton has decided to keep American troops in Iraq should she become the next president She is quoted in an article by Michael Gordon and Patrick Healy.

Iraq: Why have the US' 'loyal allies' withdrawn?

As early as 2004, countries began to withdraw their troops from Iraq. Immediately after the Madrid train bombings in March of 2004, the new Spanish government announced it was withdrawing its troops from Iraq immediately.

Bush’s Crimes in Baghdad Have Parallel in U.S., U.K.

What’s left of what passes for law in America is eroding rapidly. The latest scandal in Totalitarianville is the admission by Robert S. Mueller III March 9th his FBI had improperly used the Patriot Act to spy on individuals and businesses.

No Medals for Agustin Aguayo

Doing the right thing can be costly, but in the end one can at least sleep at night. Ask Spc. Agustin Aguayo, 35, a U.S. citizen born in Guadalajara, Mexico, who was just sentenced by a US military court in Wurzburg, Germany.

AFL-CIO: End US Military Involvement in Iraq

No U.S. foreign policy can be sustained without the informed consent of the American people. Last November, the people spoke clearly, calling on the president and Congress to change course in Iraq.

The Redirection: A Strategic Shift in Iraq?

Seymour Hersh in a recent issue of The New Yorker (3-05-07) has written an article suggesting the Bush administration has made a strategic shift in Iraq (“The Redirection: Is the Administration’s new policy benefiting our enemies in the war on terrorism?”)

A Truly Frightening Development

Once again, Seymour Hersh has uncovered a remarkable and frightening story about the shadowy netherworld of U.S. military and intelligence operations.

U.S. has Arrested More Than 500 Iranians in Iraq

U.S. military and special-operations teams 'have escalated their activities in Iran to gather intelligence' and reportedly 'have also crossed the border in pursuit of Iranian operatives from Iraq,' according to investigative reporter Seymour Hersh in an article in the March 5 issue of 'The New Yorker' magazine.

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