Fifteen years after our calamitous invasion, those most deeply affected, from Iraqi civilians to U.S. veterans, are organizing for peace against tremendous odds.
The psychopaths in the White House will be perfectly happy to run with fake news gained from torture and use it to bamboozle the public for their own nefarious purposes.
We lowered the political bar to the point where even Donald Trump could clear it when we allowed Bush, Cheney and company to start an illegal war in Iraq.
The Iraq War was a government-led Ponzi scheme. As usual, the little people are the ones who lost big.
In his daily free-association exercise, the Republican presidential nominee accused the president of creating the terrorist organization by withdrawing troops from Iraq in 2011. But the timetable for withdrawal was set by the Bush administration.
Thirteen years after the illegal U.S. invasion of Iraq, it is worth considering its full impact on this country and on the region.
The Iraqi government in Baghdad, threatened by Islamic State and frustrated by the Obama administration’s foot-dragging in taking it on, seems increasingly tempted by a Russian alliance.
Michael Steiner, a former political adviser to Germany's then-Chancellor Gerhard Schroder, told German publication Der Spiegel that the nuclear option was one of the possibilities examined after the terrorist attacks in the U.S.
In response to the media's take on the recent suspension of NBC's Brian Williams,"The Daily Show" host says there probably wouldn't have even been an Iraq War "if the media had applied this level of scrutiny to the actual fucking war."
The fall of Mosul to the radical, extremist Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is a set of historical indictments.