"Intelligence gathered by this and other governments leaves no doubt
that the Iraq regime continues to possess and conceal some of the most
lethal weapons ever devised," George W.
At long last, the military appears to be gearing up to try some of the
Guantánamo Bay prisoners.
If Americans have done their best to forget the war, so have the
Tom Friedman doesn't care if the United States ever finds weapons of
mass destruction in Iraq.
(A preventive-war anthem sung to the tune of "Trees," by Joyce
Kilmer, with piano accompaniment)
It was a drama too good to miss, made for TV, if not for Hollywood.
By the start of the third week of war, Bush was bogged down in
Mesopotamia and Washington.
A Vesuvius of violence has erupted from the dead center of American
life, the executive branch of the government.
As the Bush Administration continues its illegal and unjust military
invasion of Iraq, we must steel ourselves for the difficult days that
David Cortright has laid out many aspects of an agenda to help the US
peace movement move from the immediate work of trying to stop this war,
to continuing to broaden the reach of our movement