U.S. Veteran Dispatch
Over the years, and the last few months in particular, I have posted many articles on John McCain. Some of these articles are entirely related to McCain; others realated to McCain only in part.
Lately, I have received several E-Mails from correspondents, some who question or disagree with the articles.
March 31, 2008
Married Troops Can Live Together in Iraq
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Filed at 3:10 p.m. ET
BAGHDAD (AP) — When American soldiers get off duty in Iraq, the men usually return to their quarters, the women to theirs. But Staff Sgt. Marvin Frazier gets to go back to a small trailer with two pushed-together single beds that he shares with his wife.
UN Could Lead New 9/11 Investigation, Says Japanese MP
Fujita says potential move afoot to have global body probe suspicions surrounding terror attacks
Paul Joseph Watson
Japanese member of Parliament Yukihisa Fujita told the Alex Jones Show yesterday that a potential new investigation of the 9/11 cover-up could be led by global parliamentarians he has been in contact with, or even by the United Nations itself.
FORT WORTH — Ron Paul supporters fought with local Republican leaders Saturday over control of local conventions and may have won the right to push their agenda at the state GOP convention.
SOMEBODY HAS O’REILLY’s NUMBER!
At Media Matters for America, we monitor, analyze, and correct conservative misinformation in the U.S. media. Bill O’Reilly’s steady stream of misinformation gives us plenty of material, and we thought it particularly noteworthy when he denied making personal attacks, given that he has such a long history of making them.
By CHRISTOPHER WILLS, Associated Press WriterMon Mar 31, 3:57 AM ET
The president of the Illinois Senate is sitting in his statehouse office, talking in gravelly tones about political strategies and counter-strategies. Out of nowhere, the theme from “The Godfather” begins playing.
It turns out to be the ringtone on his cell phone — an appropriate song for the man who amounts to Barack Obama’s political godfather.
Emil Jones Jr. helped Obama master the intricacies of the Legislature. When Democrats took control of the state Senate, Jones, though he risked offending colleagues who had toiled futilely on key issues under Republican rule, tapped Obama to take the lead on high-profile legislative initiatives that he now boasts about in his presidential campaign.