Monthly Archive

2006
Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 14 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

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Muslim’s Blunt Criticism of Islam Draws Threats

By JOHN M. BRODER LOS ANGELES, March 10 — Three weeks ago, Dr. Wafa Sultan was a largely unknown Syrian-American psychiatrist living outside Los Angeles, nursing a deep anger and despair about her read more..

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There Be Dragons

Afghanistan in the News Deep in the Desert: Camp Bastion being swallowed. Afghanistan If the fire is not completely out, it’s completely burning. The population of Afghanistan is significantly lar... read more..

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The Perfect Evil, Part I of III

In Afghanistan, heroin has become the Devil’s cocktail. “Smack” is already one of the most addictive and destructive drugs on Earth, and now numerous academic studies show addiction levels on the rise... read more..

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First Person Singular: Blackfive

Actors. When Sean Penn’s words about Iraq matter more than the Marine Corporal storming Fallujah, I get concerned for where we are headed. I think Sean Penn is a good actor, one of the best actors of ... read more..

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Perfect Evil Part II of III

October 9, 2006 [Note: Edited versions of this 3-part series written by Michael Yon appeared three weeks ago in the National Review online with excerpts also featured on the CBS News website. They ar... read more..

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First Person Singular: Larry Kahaner

I am a journalist, plain and simple. I believe in the adage that what ‘they’ don’t want you to write is journalism; everything else is publicity. I used to work in newspapers and magazines (Knight–Rid... read more..

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Iraq sinks deeper into chaos as our `friend’ turns the other way

By JOSEPH L. GALLOWAY McClatchy Newspapers Just when it seemed that the situation in Iraq couldn’t get any murkier, more muddled or more dangerous, it did. Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, our read more..

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The Perfect Evil, Part III of III

November 9, 2006 [Note: Edited versions of this 3-part series written by Michael Yon appeared three weeks ago in the National Review online with excerpts also featured on the CBS News website. T... read more..

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Update: Humanitarian Catastrophe in Sri Lanka

Tensions have long existed between the Sinhalese majority and Tamil minority populations in Sri Lanka. But they began to veer into violence in 1972 when the Singhalese government declared that the nat... read more..

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Glory Days

By Joseph L. Galloway McClatchy Tribune News Service Former secretary of state James Baker and his independent commission are searching for a new strategy for Iraq, and legislators of both parties read more..

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Between Iraq and a Hard Place

By Joseph L. Galloway McClatchy Tribune News Service We would appear to be trapped between Iraq and a hard place. Even as former Secretary of State James Baker and his bipartisan commission on Ira read more..

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War of Words

By Joseph L. Galloway McClatchy Tribune News Service As the civil war in Iraq fast approaches terminal velocity, the Bush administration is fighting a war of words, and it seems to be losing that o read more..

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Hero sacrifices himself saving fellow soldiers

  By Staff Sgt. W. Wayne Marlow 2nd BCT, 2nd Inf. Div. PFC Ross A. McGinnis   FORWARD OPERATING BASE LOYALTY, Iraq – Pfc. Ross A. McGinnis packed only 136 pounds into his 6-foot read more..

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Walking the Line 2007 Part One

Part One of Three (A Photo Essay) 31 December 2006: Baghdad, Iraq To enter Iraq with US forces, journalists normally travel through Kuwait. This time I flew from Singapore to Kuwait, where I toured... read more..

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