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Category: Foreign Policy

American Dereliction of Duty in Iraq Gives World Terrorists Recruiting Posters

by WS Editors | Jun 1, 2004 | Foreign Policy

An editorial-page cartoon by Nick Anderson in the Louisville Courier Journal showed a bearded, smiling Saddam Hussein peering through the bars of a prison cell. He was giving a thumbs-up and a “nice work, guys!” comment to two American soldiers as they wired a hooded Iraqi prisoner for electric shocks. Another cartoon, in the Hackensack, New Jersey,Record, […]

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Warriors Behind the Scenes Coached the Stars On Stage

by Margie Burns | May 1, 2004 | Foreign Policy, Politics

Editor’s note: Pesident Bush called the days leading up to the Easter weekend “a tough week” in Iraq. It was also a tough week for him at home, and the following weeks have gotten tougher. An April poll by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press found that support among Democrats for […]

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