Easy War: Vietnam to Iraq: Norman Solomon
Nancy Pelosi as 'Winged Victory': Justin Raimondo
Bush: Still Hazy After All These Years: J. Wanniski
The Dragon and the Chrysanthemum: Conn Hallinan
Civilized Nations Respect the Dead: G. al-Mukhtar

Most wars are started by well-fed people with time on their hands to dream up half-baked ideologies or grandiose ambitions, and to nurse real or imagined grievances.
Thomas Sowell
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Updated June 3, 2005 - 10:54 PM EDT

Op. Lightning Packs Little Thunder

Cheney: More 'Great Victories' to Come

Frequency of Suicide Attacks in Iraq Highest Ever

Iraq Puts Civilian Toll of Insurgency at 12,000

5-Week Death Toll at 825 Since New Iraq Govt

19 Iraqis Die in Attacks; Shi'ite Cleric Killed

Syria Test-Fires 3 Scud Missiles, Israelis Say

UN: Chem/Bio Weapons Equipment Missing in Iraq
War Made Easy: From Vietnam to Iraq  by Norman Solomon
Bush: Still Hazy After All These Years  by Jude Wanniski
The Dragon and the Chrysanthemum  by Conn Hallinan
Civilized Nations Respect the Dead
by Ghazwan al-Mukhtar
Small, Portable, Deadly, & Absurd
by Daryl G. Kimball
Iraq's Bodies Keep Piling Up
by Carl Hiaasen

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