Ron Paul speaking in front of Congress about Iran and the Energy crisis. Ron Paul is a Republican Representative from Texas’s 14th district. He was also a candidate for the 2008 Republican nomination.
Interviews concerning the future of Iraq; Michael Gordon of the New York Times, Vali Nasr of Fletcher School of Law and Diplmacy, and Stephen Biddle of the Council on Foreign Relations.
A commentary by Pepe Escobar, a news analyst for the Real news, on how the major media networks are not paying enough attention on the Iraq War. Link to the NYTimes article referenced in the video: Reporters Say Networks Put Wars on Back Burner.
Lara Logan, chief foreign correspondent for CBS News, has sparked a great deal of conversation with her recent appearance on The Daily Show. Logan expressed frustration at not being able to get real information about the war in Iraq through to the American public, (half?) joking that she […]
On Friday, we officially launched our campaign, No Soldier Left Behind: Rebuild Iraq, Rebuild America, with a conference call featuring special guests Dan Spokojny and Darcy Burner. Dan Spokojny works for Rep. Maxine Waters, chair of the Out of Iraq caucus and a congressional leader who has worked […]
Ratings for the three branches of government has approached the lowest Gallup has ever measured. Executive: Approve – 30%, Disapprove – 64% Congress: Approve – 19%, Disapprove – 74% Supreme Court: Approve – 48%, Disapprove – 38% (Survey conducted between June 9th~12th) For the full story, click here.
Fareed Zakaria comments on appeasement by comparing Reagan’s diplomacy during the Cold War with the Iran issue. Fareed Zakaria is the editor of Newsweek International and hosts a weekly show call GPS(Global Public Square). He is also on the boards of Yale University and the Council on Foreign Relations.
An election year is an important time to evaluate whether our representatives in Congress are fulfilling their roles and earning our valuable votes. Finally, after lots of caffeine and hours of painstakingly proofreading 5,885 individual votes, our 2007 congressional scorecard is here. While staring at the grid for […]
An interview of Francis Fukuyama, a former neoconservative who supported the Bush administration’s preemptive attack on Iraq. Now Fukuyama admits that the invasion was a failure and the Iran issue should be dealt with diplomacy. He also argues that China will become a greater issue than the current emphasis on the […]
Recent Events from http://www.iraqbodycount.org Monday 23 June: 8 dead Baghdad: 2 bodies. Mosul: gunmen kill 3 policemen, 1 woman and 1 university student in separate incidents. Buhriz: roadside bomb kills 2 Sahwa. Sunday 22 June: 37 dead Baghdad: 3 bodies. Baquba: suicide bomber kills 17 (1 of them […]