Why dead Afghan civilians aren't collateral damage but the heart of the matter.
Making a list of the most hated arch-criminals--not the usual suspects.
Despite the cosmetic acts of President Bush, his undertakers and enablers, America's Iraq is still a corpse.
Take a moment to remember the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, connecting the dots between that attack and US actions in Iraq sixty-two years later.
Pundits speculate the US can win stability if not victory in Iraq, but beyond the philosophical Green Zone they inhabit, life becomes ever more desperate for Iraqi civilians.
A veterans group takes issue with The Nation's investigation of the impact of the US military occupation on Iraqi civilians.
Veterans of conscience have come forward with evidence that US forces kill Iraqi noncombatants every day. Now America must bring this deadly occupation to an immediate end.
In a special investigation of the impact of the war on Iraqi civilians, interviews with fifty combat veterans reveals disturbing patterns of behavior by US troops in Iraq--brutal acts that often go unreported and almost always go unpunished.
No need to wait until September to see if the surge is working. Just look at the numbers.
Bombs from American planes are killing tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians, and no one in the mainstream media is talking about it.