The US inches ever closer to attacking Iran

Sunday, June 17, 2007

News for 06-16-07

06-16-07 - Mail sent to Walter Reed never delivered The Army said Friday that it has opened an investigation into the recent discovery of 4,500 letters and parcels - some dating to May 2006 - at Walter Reed that were never delivered to soldiers

06-16-07 - Afghan minister dismisses U.S. claims Afghanistan's defense minister on Thursday dismissed claims by a top U.S. State Department official that there was "irrefutable evidence" that the Iranian government was providing arms to Taliban rebels. Won't be long before the attack-Iran crowd will be floundering in a pool of their own (bull) feces - they can't seem to get it to stick each time they hurl some.

06-16-07 - Capitol Hill probes White House role in firings

06-16-07 - NATO image problem: civilian deaths

06-16-07 - Private US security companies involved in Iraqi hostilities

06-16-07 - U.S. hometowns strained as police go off to war Communities across America have been especially hard-hit by the deployment of some 24,000 police officers since September 11, 2001. Police officers make up 5.1 percent of the National Guard and military reserve -- one of the top civilian occupations, according to Defense Department data.

06-16-07 - More on That Meeting in Prague? Last week?s speech in Prague?and the participants before whom it was given?is yet one more indication that, while the realists in the administration have made great headway on a number of foreign-policy fronts over the past year and a half, the neo-conservatives and other hawks in the White House and Cheney?s office are a long way from defeated when it comes to the Middle East.

06-16-07 - Scooter's Fate: I Say Torture Him

06-16-07 - Lying Us Into War, Again ** The drumbeat for war against Iran has begun again, led by Sen. Joe Lieberman, the independent Democrat from Connecticut, and the usual pro-Israel crowd. Lieberman seems to be under the impression that the U.S. can bomb Iran and not get into a full-fledged war.

06-16-07 - Bill Moyers: Begging his pardon We have yet another remarkable revelation of the mindset of Washington's ruling clique of neoconservative elites-the people who took us to war from the safety of their Beltway bunkers

06-16-07 - Iran voices its readiness to help resolve Palestinian differences

06-16-07 - 'Hizbullah not rearming in S. Lebanon' Dismissing claims that Hizbullah has returned to its former strength in southern Lebanon, UNIFIL commander Maj.-Gen. Claudio Graziano told The Jerusalem Post in an exclusive interview on Thursday that the guerrilla group was practically non-existent south of the Litani River and that if the peacekeeping mission continued, the threat of war would be completely removed within three years.

06-16-07 - US, Israel reach smart bomb deal Barring the implementation of these restrictions, Israeli officials have expressed interest in acquiring the F-22 stealth bomber - a plane that can avoid radar detection and is the world's most advanced fighter jet. The US has not yet agreed to sell this plane to any foreign country. Looks like they may have done just that.

06-16-07 - Syria condemns killing of Lebanese lawmaker "Syria strongly denounces this crime and condemns the campaign of lies by some Lebanese used to accuse Syria after any killing and before an investigation even starts," a statement by the Foreign Ministry said.

06-16-07 - 40 years Later, Veterans of the USS Liberty Refuse to Give Up the Ship

06-16-07 - Lebanese army pounds Islamist positions as toll rises

06-16-07 - Ron Paul Internet Success May Reflect Deeper Trend, Study Results Suggest


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