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From Laura T. Coffey at MSNBC Part III Part 3: Venturing ‘outside the wire’ in Baghdad
Frustrations abound, but Deierlein’s unit finds a way to make a difference.

Meanwhile, the Senate puts in some that to make up for the incredible numbers of days off the Congress took last year? From the AP at MSNBC Senate nears end to all-night Iraq debate
Lawmakers spar over redeployment proposals; critics call move ‘nonsense’.

From Arianna Huffington Join Us for a Live Chat on Ending the War in Iraq.

From Tom Turnipseed at Common Dreams George Bush and Lindsey Graham Push the Power of the President and Generals Over People and Troops.

From John Nichols at The Nation Harry Reid Finally Starts to Fight Smart.

A New York Times Editorial The Politics of Fear.

From Brad Knickerbocker, The Christian Science Monitor at Truthout Silent Surge in Contractor "Armies". We need to decide that these 'armies' need to be under the control of the people, before they control the people. And, of course, since the people working for the contractors are in a legal limbo, getting help for physical, mental, and spiritual injuries is difficult - there is help with that here American Contractors in Iraq.


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