Posts Categorized: Saddam Documents

Political Confirmation Bias

Political Confirmation Bias

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Pew Research Journalism Project has a slightly interesting survey out: Overall, the study finds that consistent conservatives: Are tightly clustered around a single news source, far more than any other group in the survey, with 47% citing Fox News as their main source for news about government and politics. Express greater distrust than trust of… Read more »


“I Barack Hussein Obama, do solemnly swear to preserve, protect and defend Islam from the Consitution of the United States” [Reader Post]

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June 4, 2009

“I consider it part of my responsibility as President of the United States to fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear.”

Not Catholicism. Not Judaism. Only Islam.

Conservatism, Health, And Common Sense

Conservatism, Health, And Common Sense

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Conservatives traditionally resist government intrusion into the home and personal lives of American citizens: Liberals tend to welcome the guiding hand of government into every facet of modern life. This is one of the fundamental differences between Liberalism and Conservatism. During the GOP Debate, Rep. Bachman called Governor Perry on his issuance of an executive order in 2007, requiring all girls in Texas to receive Gardasil unless a waiver was signed by her parents. Gardasil by Merck, prevents infection of the more common strains of human papilloma virus. These particular viruses, once established, can initiate, as well as cervical, anal, vulvar, and vaginal cancers. The vaccine Gardasil prevents the infection and consequently prevents the associated diseases.

The Myth that the Muslim World Celebrated the Attacks of 9/11

The Myth that the Muslim World Celebrated the Attacks of 9/11

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It is true that there were some Palestinians “dancing” in the streets, jubilant that “America got what it deserved” on 9/11. But do those Palestinians who did celebrate represent the feelings of the entire Muslim world? All Palestinians (many of whom have grievances with the U.S. for reasons as much to do with politics as… Read more »

Connection between Saddam's Regime and Al Queda CAPTURED

Connection between Saddam’s Regime and Al Queda CAPTURED

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Don’t expect to see this on MSNBC or Huffpo, but feel free to send them an email. Suspected leader of Ansar Al-Islam, 7 criminal associates arrested BAGHDAD – Iraqi Security Forces arrested the suspected leader of Ansar al-Islam and seven criminal associates during a series of joint security operations conducted in Mansour and Adhamiyah today…. Read more »

2009 a B+ Year

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Well, it’s gone. 2009 is finally freaking GONE The year started with my wife outta work, no family income (I just get beer money for my books), two sick kids, the neighbor’s trampoline had just taken flight into the back of our car-almost totaling it. The year continued…

Tony Blair Says WMD Not The Only Reason For Iraq War, As Did Bush…..Both Were Right

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Tony Blair got it years ago, and still gets it: Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said he would have found a justification for invading Iraq even without the now-discredited evidence that Saddam Hussein was trying to produce weapons of mass destruction. “I would still have thought it right to remove him. I mean,… Read more »

Yes, The Iraq War and the 911 Attacks ARE Related

Yes, The Iraq War and the 911 Attacks ARE Related

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History-like hindsight-is supposed to be 20:20, but the deliberate partisan, political divide regarding the invasion of Iraq makes that hard. It’s not a new phenomenon. Long ago it was said that the true story of a war can’t be told until the last of its veterans has passed away, and only a few months ago… Read more »

Tony Blair to testify at latest Iraq Inquiry (UK)

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LONDON (Reuters) – Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair will be asked to testify to a panel investigating the Iraq war, the head of the inquiry said Thursday. Former civil servant John Chilcot said the inquiry, set up by Prime Minister Gordon Brown, would look at British involvement in the war, covering the period from… Read more »

Fmr Interrogator Reveals Saddam’s Regime DID Have Close Ties to Al Queda

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This is one of those articles that I really REALLY hope people will read before just commenting on the headline or the quoted sections. In fact, I think it’s one of the best articles I’ve seen on this subject in half a decade. Yes, it’s long, detailed, and forces many readers to question their previously… Read more »