National Memorial Day Parade to Honor Iraq Veterans

This year’s National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C., will have a special focus on Iraq veterans—and a way to participate if you can’t make it to the capital. Following the formal end of the Iraq war last year, the American Veterans Center (AVC), which organizes the parade, is partnering with the Iraq and Afghanistan […]

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Most Americans Agree: War on Terrorism Not Yet Won

Last week, experts fired back at the assertion by an unnamed senior State Department official that “The war on terror is over.” Yet, according to a Rasmussen poll released today, it’s not just the experts who disagree. According to a telephone survey conducted by the well-known polling company, 79 percent of likely U.S. voters think […]

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Obama Disappoints on the Falkland Islands

This week in 1982, Argentine forces were probably preparing their equipment and checking plans ahead of their invasion of the Falkland Islands, to happen a couple of weeks later. Thirty years on, even after heaping cringe-worthy amounts of lavish praise on the Obama Administration during his recent visit, British Prime Minister David Cameron is still […]

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The Case of Staff Sergeant Robert Bales

“On the ill-fated Sunday, 16 civilians were killed in Afghanistan in two villages Alkozai and Balandi. Nine children and three women, and injured five others as someone in a NATO forces uniform opened fire on houses in Panjwai district. Staff Sergeant Robert Bales is in custody for the acts of that night, immediately send back […]

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Resettling the Mujahedeen-e Khalq of Iraq

by Daniel Pipes February 28, 2012 Cross-posted from National Review Online: The Corner Tragedy looms as Iraqi authorities threaten by April 30 forcibly to expel 3,400 Iranians, members of the Mujahedeen-e Khalq. MeK members rightly fear for their lives if pushed across the border for the Iranian regime criminalizes membership in the MeK and abominates […]

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