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From the AP and Military.com Six More GIs Die in Iraq.

From the Washington Post, Carol D. Leonnig and Jim VandeHei, and MSNBC Woodward could be a boon to Libby.

From Joe Galloway and Military.com Talk is Cheap.

From the Seattle Times, Floyd J. McKay, and Common Dreams Calling For Truth and Dignity in the Nation's Conduct.

From MSNBC Cheney: Iraq critics ‘dishonest,’ ‘reprehensible’.

From the AP, Lara Sukhtian, and ABC Bill Clinton calls Iraq 'Big Mistake.'.

From the AP, Jennifer Loven, and ABC Bush Takes Hardline Stance Against North Korea.

From the AP and Fox News Bush to China: Emulate Taiwan.

From the AP and MSNBC Patriot Act deal could curb some FBI powers.

And this piece, a kind of anti- Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964.speculation is most unsettling, but again only speculation. We really need to have more history in our schools so we understand the history of the other countries in the world. It would so help in communicating with them at a real level. From Tom Paine, Michael T. Klare, author, and the Professor of Peace and World Security Studies at Hampshire College. A War for Karl.

From Breaking News and Down History Lane:

From CNN and the AP Papers show Nixon war deception.

Address to the Nation on the Situation in Southeast Asia
President Richard M. Nixon April 30, 1970.


From Time The Legacy of Pol Pot: A Photographic Record of Mass Murder.

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