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Guest Post: Don't Lose Turkey

I have had a number of thoughtful and interesting conversations with my friend Tobias Anderson.   He has recently returned from uniformed service in Iraq and had a take on the situation in Turkey which was both thoughtful and unlike most of the conversations others are having.   He has composed an excellent guest post ...
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A Soldier's Story

This op-ed was mentioned at least twice in the Senate hearings Tuesday
by antiwar senators, one of them was Chuck Hagel.

These names have not been released yet by military...

September 12, 2007

2 Soldiers Who Wrote About Life in Iraq Are Killed

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Was the 911 Investigation Stymied?

It's been more than three years since the 9/11 Commission closed its doors and issued its final report.

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Diebold: The Untold Story

Electronic voting fraud. It’s real. It happened in 2000 and in 2004. And it will happen again in 2008.

Supporters of electronic voting machines have launched an aggressively savvy campaign to ...

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Lawmakers with Children Fighting in Iraq

Congress continues to debate U.S. troop funding and Iraq withdrawal plans. Yet of the 535 members of Congress, only ten have sons and daughters who have served in Iraq or may soon be deployed.

They are:

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Cheney: No Executive Privilege

The Vice President exempted his office from the presidential order establishing government-wide procedures for safeguarding classified national security information, insisting his office is not an "entity within the executive branch."

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Legal Hacking: White House vs. Capital Hill

One growth area of modern computing is legal hacking. Stealing the other sides information, briefs, email and strategy in a legal matter has a huge range of valuable elements. Like stealing the other teams playbook, it lets you gear up and practice ...<< MORE >>

Illegally Blonde: Poor Monica Goodling

Poor, poor Monica. Oh, the indignity of it all -- having to testify before the House Judiciary Committee today.

She may have violated laws but she didn't mean to. I guess it's all better now. And clearly Committee members agreed -- practically falling all over her ...<< MORE >>

On March 6, 2007, a grand jury convicted former vice presidential chief of staff Lewis "Scooter" Libby on four of five counts of perjury, obstruction of justice and making false statements to the FBI. Since then, several court documents have been made public including letters from prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald to ...<< MORE >>

Montana’s U-S Attorney Bill Mercer: Politically Suspect From Day One

1994—2001: Bill Mercer serves as an assistant U.S. attorney from Billings, Montana.

Mercer began his term as U.S. Attorney for the district of Montana on April 20th, 2001-- recommended for the position by now former Senator Conrad Burns (R-MT), [Source: United States Senate] and on September 4th, 2001, four ...<< MORE >>