Invasion of Iraq

Gen. Odierno Still Rationalizing Military Deaths In Iraq
There's such a fog of war surrounding our invasion and occupation of Iraq that we're still trying to rationalize 4,000+ military deaths. And that doesn't speak well to our involvement in Afghanistan. Read more...
Ralph Nader Sends Open Letter To President Bush: "The Country You Destroyed"
Ralph Nader urges the former president to get honest about his legacy. Read more...
Maddow To Iraq War Architects: 'You Can Go Now'
Rachel Maddow finished up her show this Wednesday by first taking her audience through the mountain of B.S. sold by the Bush administration that was used to lie us into invading Iraq, and then explained why none of them should be welcome in the debate on whether there should be military intervention in Syria. Read more...
Florida Man Cites 'Bush Doctrine' After Pre-emptive Killing Of Neighbors At Labor Day Cookout
Lawyers for a Florida man this week cited President George W. Bush's pre-emptive war in Iraq and the "Bush Doctrine" as a defense after their client killed two neighbors and attempted to kill a third on Labor Day. Read more...
This has to be one of the most pitiful things I've seen in a long time even by Fox's "standards." Read more...

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Thom Hartmann takes our corporate media and the cheerleaders for war with Iraq to task and ten years after our invasion, asks 'Where are the apologies?' Read more...
Jeremy Scahill talks to MSNBC's Martin Bashir about the run-up to the invasion of Iraq and who should be held responsible on this ten-year anniversary of the Iraq war. Read more...
After Sen. John McCain gave his most recent excuse for opposing the nomination of Chuck Hagel for Secretary of Defense, which is that Hagel was "disagreeable" to George Bush and was mean to him after we found ourselves lied into invading Iraq, Read more...
The more things change, the more they remain the same. It's now almost ten years later, and Colin Powell is still defending going in front of the United Nations and pushing the faulty intelligence to justify our invasion of Iraq. Of course don't Read more...
(Daniel Ellsberg debates Bill Kristol on C-SPAN, Mar 28, 2003) Now that all of the neocons are worked up over the possibility that former Sen. Chuck Hagel might be nominated to be our next Sec. of Defense, it seems there's a little dust up Read more...