Posts Categorized: Iraq/Al-Qaeda Connection


Who Fathered ISIS?

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Trump has called Obama the “father of ISIS” and the media are salivating over apparent red meat. Especially when doubling down: “Last night you said that the president was the founder of ISIS,” said radio host Hugh Hewitt in a Thursday interview with Trump, the Republican presidential nominee. “I know what you meant. You meant… Read more »


The Stupid Continues to Burn

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Un frickin’ believable! Copies of ‘torture’ report hand delivered to terror suspects, blocked from CIA officials: Full disclosure took a back seat to the CIA’s green movement last week when agency big shots blocked officials from printing out hard copies of the Senate Democratic report on terrorist interrogations, fearing it was “killing too many trees.”… Read more »

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 »

Bush's 6th Term Continues...Bill Clinton Blames ISIS Takeover Of Iraq On Iraq War

Bush’s 6th Term Continues…Bill Clinton Blames ISIS Takeover Of Iraq On Iraq War

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You gotta love this from the guy who signed off on regime change in Iraq, warned repeatedly about Saddam’s WMD’s and whose wife voted to invade Iraq: “I believe if they hadn’t gone to war in Iraq, none of this would be happening.” Allah plays devil’s advocate: What would have happened to Iraq during the… Read more »

A U.S. soldier watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003.

REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

10 Yr Anniversary of OIF: The Lie that Bush Lied

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A “lie” and a “mistake” are not the same thing.

As the 10th anniversary of OIF arrives, Peter Feaver goes through some of the most prevalent myths regarding the wrongful narrative that “Bush lied, people died”:

1. The Bush administration went to war against Iraq because it thought (or claimed to think) Iraq had been behind the 9/11 attacks.


The Taliban Prison Break…And It’s Aftermath

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Close to five hundred captured Taliban are now free once more to fight another day:

In one of the most elaborate prison breaks in recent Afghan history, the Taliban managed to free hundreds of inmates from Kandahar’s central prison in the early hours of Monday morning through a 1,180-foot tunnel.


Tony Blair Testimony To Iraq War Inquiry – The Influence Of Iran

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Former British PM Tony Blair testified in front of another Iraq inquiry today and for the second time this year he testified about the very real danger of Iran and al-Qaeda working together. Of course the storyline by the British papers, the biased MSM, and the lefty blogosphere, is regarding the regret offered by Blair over the loss of life:

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 »

The Partisan U.S. President

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Brushing aside legitimate criticism, concerns, and harsh questioning of the Obama Administration in wake of the Christmas “dingaling” bomber (as talk radio host Michael Medved refers to Umar Farouk Abdulmullatab), President Obama concluded his weekly radio address (January 2, 2010) with the following call for national unity: But as we go forward, let us remember… Read more »