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September 2007, Page 2

Leaving Baghdad

As we crossed the Syrian border and saw the last of the Iraqi flags, the tears began. How can such a small …

Ahmadinejad warns against attack

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has issued a tough warning to any country considering an attack on Iran.   Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad …

Iranophobia hits Ground Zero

Iranophobic US politicians and pundits have no doubt been heartened by the simultaneous attack on Mohamed ElBaradei, the director general of the …

Bush at record low approval rating

President George W. Bush and the US Congress registered record-low approval ratings in a Reuters/Zogby poll released on Wednesday. President George W. …

Breaking the Iraq stalemate

Once a mighty war god, Bush has run out of tricks, troops and time. Will Americans finally rise up to stop his …

Why Bush won’t attack Iran

Despite saber-rattling, and the Washington buzz that a strike is coming, the president doesn’t intend to bomb Iran. Cheney may have other …

Guns, not roses, for Iraq

The U.S. is selling billions in weapons to Iraq. Is the Pentagon’s plan making the country secure or arming it to the …

A New Military Draft?

In an early August interview with National Public Radio, Lieutenant General Douglas Lute, the White House deputy national security advisor, said that …

The decline of the Anglos

Americans of European ancestry are also declining as a share of the U.S. population, down from near 90 percent into 1960 to …