Tag: Iraq

Wikileaks Leak Backfires, Reveals How Iran Killed Our Soldiers

Wikileaks Leak Backfires, Reveals How Iran Killed Our Soldiers

| October 25, 2010 | 3 Replies

I’m betting you won’t hear very much of this revelation from the Wikileaks weekend document dump. The largest unauthorized disclosure of classified government documents in U.S. history confirms a long-standing assertion of President George W. Bush at the start of the 2007 troop surge: Iran was orchestrating one side of the Iraqi insurgency. Field reports […]

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Here’s What You Need to Know About the President’s Iraq Speech

Here’s What You Need to Know About the President’s Iraq Speech

| August 31, 2010 | 1 Reply

The President is due to read a speech in just a few minutes on the state of affairs, and our stunning victory, in Iraq. All you really need to know about the speech are three things: The President spent more time turning our Oval Office into something resembling a rich guy’s rumpus room than he […]

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Maybe “The Hurt Locker” Isn’t Just A Left-Wing, Anti-Soldier Diatribe

Maybe “The Hurt Locker” Isn’t Just A Left-Wing, Anti-Soldier Diatribe

| July 8, 2009 | Reply

My editor at the American Issues Project, Catherine Favazza, has a review of HBO’s The Hurt Locker in today’s Washington Examiner. I’ve read a couple reviews of the movie (most notably here) that have lambasted it for being yet another left-wing diatribe about the evil warmongers that sent our innocent lambs to Iraq where they […]

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The Bush-Haters Get Charlie Browned in Spain

The Bush-Haters Get Charlie Browned in Spain

| April 18, 2009 | Reply

I want to say to my leftist friends how terribly sorry I am that your dreams of seeing George Bush and the rest of BushHitlerCo hauled before a Spanish court have gone up in smoke. I realize this comes as a terrible shock to you to know that you can’t actually bring someone up on […]

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The Democrats' Reckless Rush to Stimulate

The Democrats' Reckless Rush to Stimulate

| January 30, 2009 | 3 Replies

For six years I’ve heard the phrase “rush to war” used by the left to allege that President Bush didn’t give Congress time to deliberate fully before we went into Iraq and took down the monster Hussein. Hell, some chucklehead has even made a movie. The truth is that the UN Security council passed Resolution […]

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The Democrats’ Reckless Rush to Stimulate

The Democrats’ Reckless Rush to Stimulate

| January 30, 2009 | 3 Replies

For six years I’ve heard the phrase “rush to war” used by the left to allege that President Bush didn’t give Congress time to deliberate fully before we went into Iraq and took down the monster Hussein. Hell, some chucklehead has even made a movie. The truth is that the UN Security council passed Resolution […]

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Barack Obama Yawns at Hate. Again.

Barack Obama Yawns at Hate. Again.

| January 12, 2009 | 3 Replies

Barely concealed inside each progressive leftist is a capering homunculus of hatred just dying to come out. Wanting to see how the Web site [Barack Obama's new USAService.org] works, I typed in my hometown zip code in Los Angeles to find events within a 10-mile radius. It pointed me to several events, including a blood […]

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From Nightmare to Museum Exhibit

From Nightmare to Museum Exhibit

| December 31, 2008 | Reply

This is a positive sign, I think. On the two-year anniversary of Saddam’s death by hanging, Iraq is preparing to open a new museum that will allow Iraqis to see up close such macabre mementos of mass executions, torture, and other atrocities committed in Saddam’s decades-long rule. … It will showcase torture devices such as […]

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The Night of the Moderate-Length Knives

The Night of the Moderate-Length Knives

| December 30, 2008 | 1 Reply

I think the one thing we’ve learned from Republicans in the past three months is that political advisers and career staffers are pretty much self-aggrandizing jerks who feel loyalty only to themselves and don’t have a problem shirking any responsibility whatever for their own dismal failures. Matthew Dowd buys into the popular MSM narrative of […]

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Christmas, and the Christ Child, Around the World

Christmas, and the Christ Child, Around the World

| December 25, 2008 | Reply

The Anchoress sent me this story a week ago, but I wanted to save it for today. It’s the story of 10 year old Namrata Nayak, a Christian who was attacked and disfigured by Hindus because of her faith. This is her witness: ‚ÄúChristmas is a time to thank the baby Jesus who saved me […]

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