Tag: Iraq War
Iraq, Five Years Later
Do you say “end it” or “win it”? Your choice of words likely indicates which party you’ll vote for come November.
LWJ: Iraq by the Numbers
The Long War Journal blog posts “Iraq by the Numbers; Graphing the Decrease in Violence“.
Lieberman Leaving the Democratic Party?
Lieberman says leaving the Democratic Party is a “very remote possibility.” But even that slight ambiguity — and all his cross-aisle flirtation — has proved more than enough to position Lieberman as the Senate’s one-man tipping point. (Source) And the issue that could tip Lieberman to the Republican side? According to The Politico: defunding the…
Bush Talks With Conservative Journalists
President Bush met with seven conservative journalists for an hour on Wednesday. Michael Barone of U.S. News and World Report is one of the journalists and offers an unabridged full-text transcript and audio of the entire meeting. Byron York, National Review White House correspondent, writes on Bush’s plan for measuring progress in the Iraq War:…
Pentagon: Iraq Propaganda Legal
The Pentagon concluded the U.S. military acted legally by hiring the Lincoln Group to pay Iraqi news organizations to publish pro-American stories. Ever ready to ignore good news in our war on terror, Senator Kennedy raised the issue: Broader policy questions remain about whether the administration’s manipulation of the news in Iraq contradicts our goal…
Iraq: Dean v. Lieberman
The “idea that we’re going to win the war in Iraq is an idea which is just plain wrong.” —Howard Dean. “What a colossal mistake it would be for America’s bipartisan political leadership to choose this moment in history to lose its will and in the famous phrase, to seize defeat from the jaws of…