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Posts Tagged ‘War in Iraq

Politics as Usual

July 20, 2009

The Obama administration has moved back the deadline for the task force assigned to advise on policy decisions dealing with terrorist detention, interrogation, and transferal to report. The detention report will be delayed six months and the policy report two months, Foxnews and MSNBCreported. This pushes back new anti-terrorism policies six months at least. The articles […]

What Actually Is Torture

June 1, 2009

Since late in President Bush’s second term, the argument has raged over what actually constitutes torture. Now as President Obama and Congress move to close Guantanamo Bay, arguments have become even more energetic. While I did, and still do, hold the position that waterboarding and sleep deprivation are not torture, I didn’t have any facts, […]

A True Hero: Mosab Hassan Yousef

January 4, 2009

Yousef was born the son of a very influential Hamas leader. He lived out his childhood as a devout, faithful Muslim working for Hamas as anyone would expect. His family was educated to an extent that few people in the Middle East ever receive an opportunity for. But while held in an Israeli prison that Hamas had infiltrated, […]

Thoughts from an E-Mail

September 16, 2008

I got this as an E-Mail, thought it made an interesting point.   John Glenn (DEMOCRAT) said this —– It should make us all think a little: � � There were 39 combat related killings in Iraq in January. �In the fair city of Detroit there were 35 murders in the month of January. �That’s […]

Can we Finally come home in Victory?

August 20, 2008

I was checking the news today when I came across an article about how a deal may finally be struck to get us out of Iraq, victoriously. That’s right, according to this article, Iraqi and U.S. people have decided on a general horizon to be able to move troops out of Iraq. This is not a done […]