It’s that time of year for wonderful wedding celebrations. In many ways I think that this June, after 17 years of marriage myself, I am more committed than ever to the sacredness and significance of marriage, something I’ve written about so many times. So then this June finds me living a terrible irony: I’m passionate about the importance of marriage – but my husband has, sadly, ended our marriage and I will soon be divorced.
House Democrats opposed to the Iraq war came together Thursday to draw more public attention to the so-called “Downing Street Memo,” the British government document that advised Prime Minister Tony Blair that President Bush was determined to invade Iraq nearly a year before the war was launched.
Mothers of American soldiers of killed in President George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq joined with a constitutional lawyer before Congress Thursday to demand impeachment of the President for lying to force America into war.
President Bush faces increasing opposition to his war in Iraq not only from the American people, but also from both Republicans and Democrats in Congress but the stubborn President continues to defy those who dare oppose him with threats of vetoes and arbitrary punishment and depends on blind support from GOP Congressional leaders to club opposition into submission.