Today's Highlights

Militarism – America's State Religion: J. Raimondo
Troublesome Young Men: Doug Bandow
The Withdrawal Follies: Tom Engelhardt
Media's Iraq Spin: We're Leaving (Sort of): Solomon
Hillary's Late Hit: Patrick Buchanan

 Joshua Frank

Hillary Clinton: Blood-Thirsty Warmonger

 Jacob Hornberger

How to Not Be a Good German

 Greg Palast

Iraq’s Oil Spoils

 Justin Raimondo

Neocons: Red on the Inside; Red, White and Blue on the Outside

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Updated July 27, 2007 - 10:31 PM EDT
US: Iraq Attackers Have Improved Aim
  US Officials Angry Over Saudi Role in Iraq
  Basra 'Will Be Handed Over to Iraqis by End of Year'
  Friday: 1 GI, 55 Iraqis Killed; 53 Iraqis Wounded
  Thursday: 5 GIs, 106 Iraqis Killed; 256 Iraqis Wounded
Pentagon Making Contingency Iraq Pullout Plan
  General, Envoy: Don't Cut Buildup Yet
  Abuse of Workers Building Enormous US Embassy in Iraq Is Alleged
Pat Tillman's Death May Have Been Murder
NATO Attack Kills 28 Afghan Civilians, 50 Taliban
Blast Kills 13 Near Pakistan’s Red Mosque
  General: No Plans for Operations in Pakistan
  New British Foreign Secretary Parts From US Strategy on Taliban
  Pakistan Tests Nuclear-Capable Missile
FBI: Seized Batteries, Cheese Probably Not Linked to Terror
  TSA Warning Prompted by Mother Bringing Ice Packs on Flight
There's No Vacation for Our Troops in Iraq  by Joseph L. Galloway
Media Spin on Iraq: We're Leaving (Sort of)  by Norman Solomon
If You Miss the First Time, Try Firing Another 300,000 Rounds  by Robert Higgs
Hillary's Late Hit  by Patrick Buchanan
The Withdrawal Follies
by Tom Engelhardt
Opening the Nuclear Front
by William M. Arkin

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Insurgents Kill 10 Iraqi Soldiers, Police
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Iraq Refugee Fallout
Iraq Warns of War Refugee 'Humanitarian Crisis'
Jordan, Syria Face Iraqi Refugee Crisis
Iraq Urges Neighbors to End Abuse of Refugees
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The War at Home
Poll: No Confidence in Bush
Voters Frustrated With Lack of Change: Poll
After Angry Denunciations by White House, Reporter Announces He Won't Attend News Briefings
Gates Seeks to Calm Feud With Clinton
Republican Lawmakers Tout Iraq Progress After Visit
Bush Exhorts Congress to Produce Defense Spending Bill
Bush Asks Patience on Iraq, Vows Veto on Spending Legislation
Michigan Officials Say Iraqi Refugees Will 'Drag Down' Economy, but Economists Say They May Turn the State Around
Blackwater Supports Inquiry Into Fatal Shooting
Congress Delivers Blow to Bush's European Missile Project by Slashing Funding
Conflict on Screen: Hollywood Goes to War
US Military
US Official Says US Army Bribery Case Is Largest From Iraq Reconstruction Effort
Florida Senators Upset That Army Won't Quickly Cleanup Former Bombing Range Near Middle School
Iraq War Veteran's Parents Sue US After Suicide
US Army Eyes Truck-Mounted Laser
'War on Terror'
Another Draconian Attempt to Curb Britain's Civil Liberties
Britain Jails Five for Terror, Bomb Research
First Interview With Wife of 7/7 Ringleader
Gitmo Critic Urges World: Take Captives
Deadline Set for Decision on Fate of Guantánamo Inmate
Cuba’s Revolution Now Under Two Masters
Raul Castro Presents Plans for Cuba's Future
Brown Poll Boost May Provoke Snap Election
Russia Ordered to Pay Relatives of 11 Chechens Killed by Troops
US Treasury's Levey Says Iran Sanctions Bearing Fruit
Iranian Minister Says Sanctions Are Ineffective
US Needs Iran Mullahs Help to Stabilize Iraq, Says UK Daily
US Presidential Candidates See Iran Nuclear Threat
Israel Demands UN Sanctions to 'Really Damage' Iran
Russia Blames Late Payments for Iran Reactor Delay
Abbas: US Backing Means Peace Deal Possible This Year
60 Fatah Officers to Be Tried for Letting Gaza Fall
Abbas Deputy Resigns as Palestinian Security Advisor
Israel Authorizes 1,000 Guns for Palestinian Authority: Report
General Calls for Probe After Israeli Troops Stole Taxi, Shot Bystander in West Bank Village
Israeli Military 'Rescues' Five Who Marched to Former Gaza Settlement
Israeli Troops Kill Six Palestinians in Gaza Strip
US Bans Dealings With Hezbollah Supporters
US Says Hezbollah Breached Ceasefire in Lebanon
Lebanese Army Fights Militants in Streets of Camp
Resentment Stirs in Hezbollah Faithful
Deadly Blast at Syrian Arms Depot Kills 15 Soldiers
Taliban: Remaining 22 Korean Hostages Alive in Afghanistan
Taliban Again Extends Deadline for South Korean Hostages
Spirits Sag in South Korea at Death of Hostage
US: 60 Taliban Killed in Battle in Southern Afghanistan
British Soldier Killed in Southern Afghanistan
Two US Soldiers in Afghanistan Convert to Islam – Paper
Taliban Says Commander Didn't Commit Suicide, but Was Shot
The Riddle of Afghan Graves
Canada's Top Commander in Afghanistan Escapes Suicide Bomber
US General: Pakistan-Based al-Qaeda Impact on Afghanistan Rises
Military Denies Recommending Musharraf Quit
Pakistan Defends Antiterror Efforts
Britain Lends Support to Musharraf's Terrorism Fight
Soldier Killed, Three Hurt in Waziristan Attacks
Pakistan's Red Mosque to Reopen Friday
US to Announce Nuclear Exception for India
Militants Behead Man in Kashmir
Southern Nepal Rebel Offers Peace Talks With UN Mediation
UN: Food Shortages, Security Threaten Nepal Peace
2nd IAEA Team Heads to North Korea
17 Christians Convicted for Beheading Muslims in Indonesia
Thousands Rally Against Sri Lanka's President
Libya Gets Aid, Other Deals After Freeing Six
Sarkozy Under Fire for Libya Nuclear Deal
Sarkozy: World Should Trust Arab States With Peaceful Nuclear Programs
UN: Eritrea Arming Somalia Militants Tied to al-Qaeda
Red Cross Deplores Ethiopian Expulsion
Niger Restricts Media During Growing Revolt
Uganda Rebels Demand $2 Million for Travel Before Peace Talks

Justin Raimondo
Militarism – America's State Religion

Doug Bandow
Troublesome Young Men

Charles Peña
Surveillance Society

Praful Bidwai
Nuke Deal: Breakthrough or Bad Bargain?

Sascha Matuszak
Keeping Up Appearances

Alan Bock
Getting It Wrong

Nebojsa Malic
Summer of Discontent

Philip Giraldi
Can't Find Osama?
Attack Iran Instead

Ivan Eland
Payback for NATO Expansion

David R. Henderson
The Meaning of July 4th,
Part Three

Ran HaCohen
Palestine: Blood Is in the Air

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