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DC Is Occupied Territory: Justin Raimondo
Enabling Evil: Paul Craig Roberts
A Withdrawal Strategy: Gareth Porter
Reviving the Foreign Aid Racket: Pat Buchanan

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US, Iraq Mull Amnesty for Insurgents
Rumsfeld: Iraq 'Statistically' No Safer Than 2003
Kurd Officials OK Kidnappings in Kirkuk
Attacks on Iraqi Troops, Police Kill 50
Pentagon Analyst Created a 'Web of Deception'
Sen. McCain: Try or Release Detainees
At Gitmo, Still No Day in Court
Iranian Nuclear Chief Admits Ties to Pakistan
US: 'One Way or Another' North Korea to Lose Nukes
Gaining the World, but Losing Our Souls  by Lew Rockwell
How Bush Is Contributing to Civil War in Iraq  by Gareth Porter
Web of Cold-Blooded Lies
by Eric Margolis
Reviving the Foreign Aid Racket
by Patrick J. Buchanan
Let's See the American Memos
by Matthew Yglesias
Enabling Evil  by Paul Craig Roberts

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Indictment Against Larry Franklin for Espionage
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The War at Home
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