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Blaming the Victim

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On February 1, 2010

Since it might be unsuccessful in denying Jamie Leigh Jones her access to the courts, I suppose it’s not surprising that KBR has tried floating some of the smears against her that it apparently

Seems About Right

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On January 26, 2010
Remember Laurie Mylroie? The sometime collaborator of Respected Journamalist Judy Miller whose meticulous scholarship has demonstrated that Saddam Hussein was responsible for such events as 9/11, the Oklahoma City bombings, and Aaron Small going 11-0 with the 2005 Yankees? Now guess who the Bush administration turned to when they needed an, ahem, expert analysis of […]

Smeared By A Murderer

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On November 18, 2009

A great catch by Cole, who notes that a new CNN special should remind us that one of the chief witnesses in the extremely thin and frequently illogical witchhunt against Scott Beauchamp, First Sergean

Is our presidents learning?

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On December 3, 2008

I suppose everyone has a punch-the-wall-with-your-face moment in this interview. Here’s mine: GIBSON: You said you were not going to be in the business of nation-building. And so much of what yo

Ilan Goldberg explains why imperialism is not a sound strategy for dealing with Iraq. Matt is correct to note that Charles Krauthammer “wants an imperial relationship with Iraq, Bush wants an imperial relationship with Iraq, and McCain wants an imperial relationship with Iraq, but Iraqis don’t and thus Maliki prefers Obama.” The key graf: McCain, […]

Dog Bites Man II

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On July 21, 2008

The CENTCOM non-denial-denial came only after a call from the U.S. government: The statement by an aide to Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki calling his remarks in Der Spiegel “misinterpreted

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