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Cartoonists Mark 10 Year Anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq

Cartoonists Mark 10 Year Anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq
Ten years after the invasion of Iraq, political cartoonists weigh in on the folly of the war and its ramifications, which our country will feel for many years to come
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Four Lessons from the Iraq War US Leaders Still Need to Learn

Four Lessons from the Iraq War US Leaders Still Need to Learn
10 years after invading Iraq, President Obama addressed the issue of violence at home in his State of the Union, but it seems that we’re already forgetting some of the lessons we - and the Iraqi people - paid so dearly to learn.
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Looking Back: Political Cartoonists on the Invasion of Iraq

Looking Back: Political Cartoonists on the Invasion of Iraq
Ten years ago this week, the United States took it upon itself to invade a country based on the idea it was hiding weapons of mass destruction. Too bad we didn't heed the advice of the nation's top political cartoonists at the time, who were solidly against the war.
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$60 Billion Spent, Over $8 Billion Wasted In Our Unnecessary War In Iraq

$60 Billion Spent, Over $8 Billion Wasted In Our Unnecessary War In Iraq
Ten years and $60 billion in American taxpayer funds later, Iraq is still so unstable and broken that even its leaders question whether U.S. efforts to rebuild the war-torn nation were worth the cost.
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Iraq War Contractor Fined for Late Reports of 30 Deaths

Iraq War Contractor Fined for Late Reports of 30 Deaths
The U.S. Department of Labor has fined The Sandi Group, a private security contractor, $75,000 for failing to file timely reports on the deaths of workers in Iraq as required by law.
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Why are Guns Constitutionally Protected?

Why are Guns Constitutionally Protected?
A friend of mine fought in Iraq with the 101st Airborne. He says, “If people want to play with guns that badly, let them join the Army,” which, when you think about it, is one kind of a well-regulated militia.
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Jason Stanford
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You Are Better Off Now Than Four Years Ago Because the Iraq War is Over

Four years ago, Barack Obama, then a U.S. Senator and Presidential candidate, promised that if elected, he would end the war in Iraq.  At its height, there were 170,000 American military personnel in Iraq, and despite the war’s growing unpopularity, in 2008 there were still 140,000 American soldiers fighting in t...
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