Today's Highlights

Libby: The War Party's Kamikaze: J. Raimondo
The Nucleus of the Scandal: Paul Sperry
The White House Spin Doctor Is Ill: N. Solomon
Historic Opportunity: Gordon Prather
Smoking Guns and Red Herrings: Vega/Engelhardt

If there is one principle more deeply rooted in the mind of every American, it is that we should have nothing to do with conquest.
Thomas Jefferson
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Updated October 30, 2005 - 11:21 PM EST
Report: Cheney Will Be Called to Court
Indictment Puts Focus on Neocons
Indictment Gives Glimpse of Secret Operation
Iraq War Likely to Go on Trial Along With Libby
Case Not Closed on Cheney's Role in Leak Case
Syria Accuses US of Launching Lethal Border Raids
US Attacks Insurgents Planning Ambush on Base
Iran Backs Off From Direct Threat to Israel
India Blames Terrorists for Blasts That Killed 58
Forging the Case for War
by Philip Giraldi
The Democrats Blow It on Iraq – Again!  by Arianna Huffington
At the White House, the Spin Doctor Is Ill  by Norman Solomon
Smoking Guns and Red Herrings
by Elizabeth de la Vega and Tom Engelhardt
We've Been Here Before
by Anna Quindlen
Historic Opportunity  by Gordon Prather

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US Cedes Some Control in Iraq
US Forces Bomb Houses in Western Iraq, Killing 10 Suspected Rebels
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Five Main Coalitions Prepare for Iraq Poll
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5 US Service Members Killed in Iraq
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Iraqi Border Tensions
Syrians Tense as Iraq War Laps at Border
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Iraq: The Battle of Britain
War Blamed as 6,000 Quit UK Territorial Army
Desperate Brits Offer Soldiers £500 Incentive to Recruit Friends
Damage Has Already Been Done to Tony Blair
Iraq Conflict and Aftermath Has Cost Britain 3.1 Billion Pounds
Americans Keep Dying
Catawba (NC) Marine Killed in Iraq Leaves Behind New Marriage
Marine First War Death From Pensacola (FL) Area
Medic (TX) Killed in Iraq Had Volunteered for Patrol
Recruiter (OH) Sought Combat Role
Soldier (KS) Wanted to Be Police Officer
Indiana Soldier Who Loved Army Killed in Iraq
Marine From (TX) Panhandle Town Killed in Iraq Attack
Army Captain (MT), Killed in Iraq
Rowan (NC) Marine Killed in Iraq
Cincinnati (OH) Marine Killed in Iraq
Solider and Trooper (PA), Killed in Iraq
Lt. Colonel From Florida Killed in Iraq
Parting Tribute to Fallen Soldier (TX)
Greensboro (NC) Marine Killed in Iraq
Soldier From South Haven (MI) Among Five Killed by Blast in Iraq
Yucca Valley (CA) Soldier Among Five Killed in Iraq
Fallen Baltimore (MD) Soldiers Remembered by Loved Ones
Soldier From Jacksonville (FL) Killed in Iraq
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Pa. Man Killed in Iraq Had Always Wanted to Be Marine
Pico Rivera (CA) Soldier Killed in Iraq
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Another Virgin Islander Killed in Iraq
Soldier From New York Killed in Iraq Blast
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Georgian Killed at Iraqi Base
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Half of US Marines to Leave Okinawa
US, Japan to Boost Military Cooperation
Japan to Allow US Nuclear Carrier in Its Waters
A-Bomb Victims Stage Rally in Hiroshima Against US Nuclear Warship
Japan's Ruling Party Approves Draft Constitution Revision Giving Military Greater Role
Japan Urged to Give Reparations to War Sex Slaves
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Sudan Darfur Rebels in Disarray Hold Unity Congress
UN Security Council Boosts Congo Mission
Mugabe Pulls the Strings to Stop Plotters
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Unanswered Questions in CIA Leak Probe
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Powerful Insider Lands in 'Noose'
Bush Takes a Hit
Poll: Americans Question White House Ethics, Honesty
Bush Turns to Iraq to Deflect Critics
Indictment Caps Worst Week, Worst Month of Bush Presidency
After Upheavals, President Seeks to Steady Course
Bush Aims to Move Past Leak Case
US Military
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Pentagon Fights Shedding More Light on Contractors
Military Testing Infrared Gunfire Detector
Vet Who Photographed Iraq Loses Some Sight
The War at Home
GOP Budget Plan Also Includes Spending Boosts
Jury Acquits Bush Protester
Prince Charles to Plead Islam's Cause to Bush
UN Turns Screw on Syria Over Assassination Riddle
3 Nations Predict Tough Syria Resolution
China, Russia Ease Opposition to US Bid for Pressure on Syria
Amid UN Inquiry Into Killing, Leading Syrian Leaves Country
Islamic Jihad Offices Closed Long Ago: Syria
Syria to Set Up Probe Into Hariri Murder
Lebanon Eases Palestinian Base Standoff
Iran's President Does Bush a Favor
Iran 'Not Planning Israel Attack'
Iran Blasts Security Council Condemnation
IAEA Inspectors Head to Iran
UN Secretary-General Annan Urged to Cancel Visit to Iran
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Israel Launches New Air Strikes on Gaza
Netanyahu to Vote Against PM's Appointment of New Ministers
Car Explodes, Israeli Offensive Continues
IDF Constructing 10-Lane Checkpoint South of Nablus
Palestinian Police Disperse Islamic Jihad Protest in Ramallah
Egypt Clears Opposition Leader in Bribery Case
US and UK Soldier Killed in Afghanistan
Fighting Across Afghanistan Kills 14 Militants and a Local Soldier
Afghan Violence Shatters Illusion of Progress
New Zealand Soldier Injured in Afghanistan
Four Afghan Ministers Give Up Foreign Citizenship
Landmark Kashmir Opening Agreed
3 New Delhi Explosions Kill at Least 58
Pakistan Calls Blasts in India 'Barbaric'
India's Congress Party on Damage Control Drive Over Iraq Report
Nepal Police Arrest Journalists
Nepal's Gun-Toting 'Political Entrepreneurs'
Indo-Nepal Border to Be Sealed During Bihar Polls
North Korea Says Human Rights Pressure Threatens Talks
Envoys Meet in Seoul Ahead of North Korea Nuclear Talks

North Koreans Yet to Benefit From Reforms

Pentagon Resists Kyrgyzstan Air Base Cash Demands
A Purge, Coup Rumors and Police Crackdowns Herald Election Season in Azerbaijan
US Aids Sri Lanka in Terror Fight
Mexico Ratifies War Crimes Tribunal Treaty
Groups to Rally Against Bush in Argentina

Justin Raimondo
Libby: The War Party's Kamikaze

Praful Bidwai
India Abandons Global Nuclear Disarmament

Alan Bock
A Time for Reconsideration

Charles Peña
Iraq by the Numbers

Ran HaCohen
The Quiet Occupation

Ivan Eland
Critics on Iraq Policy Come Out of the Woodwork Too Late

Nebojsa Malic
Exposed Agendas

David R. Henderson
What Game Theory Can Tell Us About Terrorism

Sascha Matuszak
Free the Diplomats

Joseph Stromberg
An Anti-Imperialist's Reading List: Part Two

Matthew Barganier
Et Tu, Pat?

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