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Category Archives: Iraq
Shannon sent me a copy of this video and I was able to find a youtube version to post here. It’s a touching story of a woman doing what she can for the families of our fallen servicemen and women. … Continue reading
I’ve been a fan of Joe Lieberman’s foreign policy for a long while. Today the Washington Post published this gem from Senator Lieberman on Iraq and the strategy of the terrorists there. Lieberman on Iraq
Michelle Malkin is back from Iraq and has posted the latest edition of Hot Air, her online video reporting series. This is reporting from Baghdad that you really should take the time to watch.
The photo at left is John Kerry dining in the mess at the U.S. Embassy in Iraq. Notice anything? Go read the accompanying note from the soldier who sent the photo…
Glenn Reynolds points out that Ed McNamara of Global Cop is headed for the U.S. Army Infantry School at Ft. Benning, Ga. as of January 9th. Thanks for the link to the WaPo article Glenn. I ship out to Fort … Continue reading
In Washington, sometimes it’s preferable to be wrong in a group than to be right alone. Jonah Goldberg on the Iraq Study Group report.
Cox & Forkum are holding up a mirror so we may see what we have become.
If they had asked we would have told them this would happen: “It is not just a simple victory. It is a great one. The big superpower of the world is defeated by a small group of mujahedeen (fighters). Did … Continue reading
More advice from Dr. Walid Phares, this time regarding Iraq. In classical military teaching, you win the war if you destroy the enemy in a particular geographical space. Examples abound in world history. But in the War on Terror, the … Continue reading
In yesterday’s New York Post there was a column by Ralph Peters that sums up the situation Iraq quite nicely. Peters upholds a position which one of our favorites around here; if you are not willing to prosecute a war … Continue reading
Mark Steyn, writing in the Chicago Sun-Times, lays it out on the line as usual. Read the whole thing but here is his conclusion: It doesn’t work like that. Whatever it started out as, Iraq is a test of American … Continue reading
William J. Stuntz has an item up over at The Weekly Standard that everyone should read. In it he examines the idea that we should cut our losses in Iraq and withdraw from that conflict. Setting aside whether such a … Continue reading