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Sunday, November 28, 2021

Don’t fly the flag today. Burn it!

The American flag does not fly outside our home today. It usually does on July 4 but not this Fourth of July because I just can’t bring myself to celebrate an independence that isn’t or recognize a country that no longer stands for freedom.

In fact, I may start a bonfire on our front yard and burn every American flag we own, an act I feel is far more patriotic than any faux patriot who adorns his car, pickup truck or motorcycle with flags and salutes a nation that today is nothing more than an international bully that wages war on innocents without provocation.

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Bush ordered Cheney to discredit Wilson

President George W. Bush personally directed Vice President Dick Cheney to launch a campaign to discredit Ambassador Joseph Wilson after Wilson discredited administration claims that Saddam Hussein was trying to buy material to build nuclear weapons.

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Losing the war on terror

The following is the finest selection of macho bluster I’ve had the privilege to peruse in quite some time. It’s the lead paragraph in a story that ran this past weekend in the Los Angeles Times, quoting America’s top anti-terror showmen: “President Bush says Democrats want to ‘wave the white flag of surrender’ in Iraq. Vice President Dick Cheney accuses the opposition party’s leaders of ‘defeatism’ in the global war on terrorism.’ ” The rhetoric might be comical but for one minor detail: the truth.

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Antiwar protestors begin fast

About 150 protesters sat in front of the White House on Monday to savor their last meal before starting a hunger strike that some said will continue until American troops return from Iraq.

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Ex-GI charged with rape, murder while serving in Iraq

When U.S. military officials found the bodies of four Iraqis inside a burned house near Mahmoudiya in March, they at first blamed insurgents. Three of the bodies had gunshot wounds, and the body of a woman was burned. Authorities believe she was raped before being shot in the head.

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Dirty little wars offer little chance for heroism

Paul R. Smith posthumously became the first soldier in the Iraq war awarded the Medal of Honor, America’s highest military award, given in recognition of extreme valor in combat. More than three years later, Smith remains the only service member to receive the honor for action in either Iraq or Afghanistan.

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CIA shuts down bin Laden search unit

The CIA has shut down a unit assigned to hunt down Osama bin Laden and his top lieutenants. The news comes as the widow of Iraq al-Qaida leader Abu Musab al-Zargawi claims his own organization sold him out in exchange for a U.S. promise to ease up on the hunt for Osama bin Laden.

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