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Help Is on the Way for Christian Victims of Genocide

LIBERTY ALERTS, ACLJ After years of living in terror, and fleeing a nightmare, Christians in Iraq are finally starting to receive the much-needed aid they...

Iraq and the Bloody Price of Lies

BY SELWYN DUKE Western civilization lied and people died. It lied, that is, to itself. I am referring to Iraq, but not to the hapless George...

Mission Accomplished, He Said

DAVID BOAZ, CATO INSTITUTE Everything that American troops have done in Iraq, all the fighting and all the dying, the bleeding and the building, and...

What Cannot Be Said About Iraq


BY RON PAUL October was Iraq’s deadliest month since April, 2008. In those five and a half years, not only has there been no improvement...

Behreandt: Who’s Who in Syria?

BY DENNIS BEHREANDT Rarely do Americans receive from the domestic mainstream press accurate information about the rebel groups fighting in Syria. According to reports from...

Behreandt: Who's Who in Syria?

BY DENNIS BEHREANDT Rarely do Americans receive from the domestic mainstream press accurate information about the rebel groups fighting in Syria. According to reports from...

General "Stormin Norman" Schwarzkopf

American Minute with Bill Federer Born AUGUST 22, 1934, he served in Vietnam, commanded the U.S. forces in Grenada and Desert Storm, was awarded the...

U.S. provides billions of dollars for foreign police assistance

BY JIM KOURI In the aftermath of the devastating terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, the United States government found it necessary to garner the...

Obama Doctrine Failure

Mike Brownfield, Heritage Foundation Three years ago, President Barack Obama set forth to recast American foreign policy in an image of his own design. It...

U.S. Public Opinion Turning Against The War in Iraq

By David T. Pyne, Esq Play It Again Sam! (A Look Back on loosing support for the War in Iraq: June 30, 2005) Last week, Rep....

Iraq—The Next Vietnam?

By David T. Pyne, Esq Play It Again Sam! (A Look Back on how Iraq could be the Second Vietnam: September 3, 2003) Earlier this month,...

The News from Iraq (as Usual) is Bad

By Alan Caruba In the 1960s and throughout the 1970s it seemed that all I read or heard every day was about Vietnam. It dominated...

Bush Administration's Post-War Plan for the Middle East is a Recipe for Disaster

By David T. Pyne, Esq Play It Again Sam! (A Look Back on How Bush's Plan to Invade Iraq, Would be a Recipe for Disaster:...

Bush Presidency at Serious Risk if US Invades Iraq

By David T. Pyne, Esq Play It Again Sam! (A Look Back on How Bush was risking support for Wanting to Invade Iraq: March 18,...

Predictions for 2003 – A Year of War

By David T. Pyne, Esq Play It Again Sam! (A Look Back on a Prediction of 2003: January 9, 2003) First of Two Parts The year...

Obama’s Iraq Failure

Mike Brownfield, Heritage Foundation To hear President Barack Obama describe the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, you’d think it was a long-anticipated political victory,...

The Middle East Goes South

By Alan Caruba They’re rioting in Yemen and have been for eight months, trying to get rid of their president who, it appears, cannot take...

Bush Administration's North Korea Policy at Odds with Its Belligerent Policy on Iraq

By David T. Pyne, Esq Play It Again Sam! (A Look Back on The Bush Administration's Policy on North Korea and Iraq: December 5th, 2002) On...

Bush Administration Enforcing the Will of the United Nations on Iraq

By David T. Pyne, Esq Play It Again Sam! (A Look Back on The Bush Administration Urging the Will of The United nations on Iraq:...

War with Iraq Would Pose Major Risks for Bush Administration and America

By David T. Pyne, Esq Play It Again Sam! (A Look Back on The Bad Idea of Invading Iraq: August 28th, 2002) Note: This is the...

Would another US invasion of Iraq be justified?

By David T. Pyne, Esq Play It Again Sam! (A Look Back on The Bad Idea of Invading Iraq: August 19th, 2002) Note: This is Part...

Bush Administration Plan to Invade Iraq Dubious at Best

By David T. Pyne, Esq Play It Again Sam! (A Look Back on The Bad Ideas of Invading Iraq Without a Large Force: August 16th,...

The Syrian Horror Show

By Alan Caruba Name me a country where funeral processions get fired upon and more people die on the way to burying the latest martyrs...

The Middle East Mess

By Alan Caruba Anyone such as myself who lived through the long years of the Vietnam quagmire knows that the United States is repeating the...

Obama in 2002: Toppling Brutal Dictator a ‘Dumb War’

President Barack Obama, as an Illinois state senator in 2002, said that using military force to topple a murderous dictator amounted to a “dumb war” and should be opposed.

Teeny, Tiny Wars

By Alan Caruba On the same day that the U.S. had blown up a building on Gadaffi’s compound in Tripoli, the news out of Iraq...

Libya, a Jolly Short War

By Alan Caruba There’s nothing like a war to either make or break a President. There’s a reason the writers of the Constitution also...

Exiting Afghanistan

By Alan Caruba Like others of my generation who lived through the Vietnam War, it was at the time the longest war that...

International Laws Help U.S. Enemies In War

In a disturbing revelation made this week by a top military commander, international law is preventing U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan from launching creative and usually nonviolent operations that weaken the enemy.

Observing Absurdities — Alan Caruba

We have an unemployment rate in America that rivals that of the 1930s Great Depression, high foreclosure rates on homes, and credit card defaults are reaching new levels, but we are still being told that America is “in recovery.”