Condi Rice admits to being having no head for long-term planning, the guys in the Baghdad are all ideologues and my best friend has been mobilized. Yeah, no good news today.
U.S. officials announce that Saddam killed 300,000 people and buried them in 263 mass graves. They also point out that these graves date from when Saddam was America’s ally in the Gulf.
While much deserved attention is paid to battle for the truth against the Bush administration’s many changing rationales for war, the battle for Iraq is still ongoing. Newsday has a chilling interview with a man known as Khaled, who claims to be a commander of the Saddam Fedayeen, and says the resistance is organized, growing and ruthless.
French students getting the cold shoulder from American host families because of Paris’ stance on the Iraq war. This is beyond ridiculous.
A new report from the Council on Foreign Relations reveals what we suspected all along: That the nation’s first responders — the police, firefighters and emergency medical personnel — are woefully underfunded and unprepared to deal with another attack on the scale of Sept. 11.