What I Didn't Find in Africa - Op-Ed - NYTimes.com :
"Did the Bush administration manipulate intelligence about Saddam Hussein's weapons programs to justify an invasion of Iraq?"
Robert D. Novak - Mission To Niger - washingtonpost.com:
"The CIA's decision to send retired diplomat Joseph C. Wilson to Africa in February 2002 to investigate possible Iraqi purchases of uranium was made routinely at a low level without Director George Tenet's knowledge. Remarkably, this produced a political firestorm that has not yet subsided."
Who Knew? Michael Moore WAS Right!
"Newly declassified documents published at the National Security Archive prove beyond all reasonable doubt that the Bush administration planned to topple Saddam Hussein and invade Iraq as early as January, 2001, and were making strategic plans and resource allocations as early as November, 2001."
"I know some folks that will say that this is old news."
"And, in some respects, those people are right. We should move past this. But only once there has been closure. A sense that justice was done. " Opinion: An Angry White Guy In Chicago
"The National Security Archive published the first of a three-part series Tuesday on the Cheney-Bush administration's early plans to invade Iraq. Much of what you'll read there has already been discussed in considerable depth. But without direct proof. The series is based on documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act."
Violence Rages on Well After the Conflict Is Over -- How War-Time Torture Can Turn into a Life of Domestic Violence
Revealing the unseen consequences of conflict from Ann Jones' new book.
"War Is Not Over When It's Over: Women Speak Out from the Ruins of War