Archive for September 13th, 2007

Sep 13 2007

al-Qaeda Taking Heavy Blows In Iraq

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To offset the sad news in the following post, we have been whooping up on al-Qaeda the last few weeks: In one operation involving more than 1,000 U.S. troops and Iraq Special Forces in the Hemreen mountain area and Diyala river valley, three al-Qaida fighters were killed and 80 others were arrested, the Army statement […]

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Sep 13 2007

Iraqi Hero Assassinated By al-Qaeda

al-Qaeda knows now that it has more than America fighting against it – it has the Iraqi people now in full opposition. And their answer to this enormous setback is to kill our allies. An Iraqi Sunni leader, who stood up to al-Qaeda and allied with us, has now been assassinated by al-Qaeda, showing the […]

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Sep 13 2007

Precision Without Purpose Is A Fool’s Folly

The idiots at Newsweek are showing off their low IQs again. When the NSA’s ability to monitor terrorists overseas unhindered by egotistical judges from the Judicial Branch (who are supposed to stay out of military actions and efforts) was threatened by one such egotistical judge, the best recent example of how mind boggling stupid this […]

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Sep 13 2007

Top al-Qaeda Leader Captured In Afghanistan

The top al-Qaeda liason between al-Qaeda leaders hiding out in the Afghan-Pak tribal areas and al-Qaeda in Iraq has been captured and is in US custody at GITMO: An Afghan national accused of enabling the movement of Al-Qaeda operatives in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran and Iraq has been transferred to the US detention facility in Guantanamo […]

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Sep 13 2007

Time For Another War-Hero President?

General George Washington, our 1st President and military hero of America’s War of Independence. General Ulysses S Grant, war hero from the civil war and the 18th President. President Eisenhower, 34th President and General of the Allied Forces in World War II. Other Presidents known for their military experience above all else were Teddy Roosevelt, […]

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