Category Archives: Iraq

Bolten’s Response

Chief of Staff Josh Bolten responds to the recent letter to The President from the Democratic Party leadership calling for “a change in strategy” regarding Iraq: Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid 528 Hart SOB United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 … Continue reading

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IED Attack

All our boys survive this one thanks to their up-armored Humvee.

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SSG. David Bellavia

David Bellavia has been nominated for The Medal of Honor for his actions in Fallujah. He is also a veterans rights advocate and maintains a blog at www.davidbellavia.com. The following is a must read: NARRATIVE NOMINATING SSG DAVID BELLAVIA FOR … Continue reading

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No More Half-Solutions

Mohammed Fadhil, an Iraqi blogger writes in his blog, Iraq the Model and on OpinionJournal, about how the same plan is being employed against Iraq and Israel, and has been around the middle east for some time. Here’s some of … Continue reading

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Hajjinet

Troops in Iraq have very limited access to internet services provided by the military, so some enterprising individuals are creating their own ISPs.

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Army Pfc. Kristian Menchaca Comes Home

Private Menchaca, whose remains arrived home on 27 June, was one of the two soldiers who were abducted, brutally tortured, mutilated, and beheaded before being rigged with explosives and left on a roadside on 19 June. Private Thomas Tucker, who … Continue reading

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Hadji Girl Follow Up

A letter from Josh Belile, the Marine who wrote “Hadji Girl” It’s good to be able to breathe again. I have had a lot of support since this all began, and I want everyone to know that I’ve read every … Continue reading

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Haditha Continues to Unravel

Congressman Jack Murtha claimed that U.S.Marines killed Iraqi’s “in cold blood” at Haditha and our media and the left went nuts over on the story, citing it as evidence to support their case that the U.S. is acting criminally in … Continue reading

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West Point Accepts Iraqi Cadet

“The U.S. Military Academy is welcoming its first cadet from Iraq, a 19-year-old who wants serve his country’s army after witnessing violence in Baghdad.”

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Murtha Has Lost It

Jack Murtha is in the news again (Hat tip Sweetness & Light): American presence in Iraq is more dangerous to world peace than nuclear threats from North Korea or Iran, Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., said to an audience of more … Continue reading

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2nd Lt.(Retired) Ilario Pantano

I recently finished reading Ilario Pantano’s book; Warlord: No Better Friend, No Worse Enemy and I highly recommend it to all. I also saw him interviewed on C-Span yesterday morning and the interview reinforced my belief that this is an … Continue reading

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Betting on Defeat?

Victor Davis Hanson is one of my favorite commentators. This week’s essay is worth reading, as always.

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Murtha May Be Called in Haditha Case.

 “Congressman Murtha will be one of the first witnesses I call to the witness stand,”

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Heir To The Throne

Coalition forces spokesman Major General William Caldwell said the new leader, Egyptian-born Abu Ayyub al-Masri, also known as Sheikh Abu Hamza al-Muhajer, was believed to be operating out of Baghdad.

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Iraq the Model

Iraq the Model has a post up today discussing the the mood in Iraq following Zarqawi’s demise.

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