Friday, October 30, 2009

Consortium News Update!

Al-Qaeda got the better of George W. Bush and the neocons by bogging the U.S. down in Iraq, writes Robert Parry.

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The Washington Post's neocon editorial page misrepresents key facts about Afghan history, writes Melvin A. Goodman.

If President Obama balks at escalating in Afghanistan, his "patriotism" will surely be questioned, says Ivan Eland.

Beyond the public option fight, Congress may scuttle a plan to let states opt for a single-payer system, says David Swanson.

When George W. Bush debuted as a motivational speaker, his presidential abuses were not forgotten, writes Leslie Harris.

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