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Staying the Course?

By Remy Benoit

From Michael Abramowitz at The Washington Post, MSNBC No big shifts planned after report on Iraq
Despite mixed signs of progress, White House senses political cover.

From Leila Fadel, Baghdad Observer, the McClatchy Newspapers The Changing Language of War.

From the AP at MSNBC Pentagon to start 24-hour Iraq info desk
Office to distribute data ahead of military progress report due in Sept.

From Joe Galloway McClatchy Newspapers Commentary: Bush's rationale for Iraq war keeps changing.

From James Glanz & Stephen Farrell, the New York Times, at Common Dreams More Iraqis Said to Flee Since Troop Increase.

From Thomas D. Williams and JP Briggs II, Ph.D. at Truthout Fringe Evangelicals Distort US Military Policy.

As the articles above make clear, there are many, many sides to the issues of war, and thus, before one is launched, there are all these things to be considered. Hyperbole has no place in reporting - truth has a major place. Some things to consider here from Move On AN OPEN LETTER.


From Tina Susman - The Los Angeles Times at Truthout GIs' Morale Dips As Iraq War Drags On.

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