Iraq War Casualties

Iraq War Report

An article by Ben Christie posted on the website Collective Evolution, provides insight into the Iraq War casualties caused by the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003. In addition to U.S. soldiers killed and injured, the toll on Iraqi lives has been extensive, and not just because of direct military conflict. America’s attempted liberation of Iraq in the first decade… Read More »

ISIL grew from Bush’s “destruction” of Iraq’s socialist economy

The Sykes-Picot Agreement Map, signed in 1916.
(The National Archives (United Kingdom), catalogued under document record MPK1/426., CC BY)

In an article written on November 10, 2014, Noah Bassil described much of the fallout from Bush’s invasion of Iraq in 2003, specifically the effects on the Iraqi economy from the actions of Paul Bremer and the CPA. Mr. Bassil’s piece goes back to the Sykes-Picot Agreement of 1916, signed by the English and French. There is… Read More »

ISIS murdering and enslaving women: where are the feminists?

Fighters of the Islamic State recently burned to death five women and their sons, according to reports from Iraq. (Reuters)

As ISIS murders women and their children, and turns young girls into sex slaves (Praise Allah!), where is the outrage from the international feminist community? A tribal leader whose group has been fighting the Islamic State in Central Iraq recently described in gruesome detail how the terrorist group burned five women along with their sons in the Anbar… Read More »

As Obama stirs things up, he’s cutting the U.S. Army by 40,000.

Barack Hussein Obama is doing everything he can to help Iran get nukes, and as a result he’s got the military-industrial complex selling weapons to anyone with money—and now he’s reducing the size of the U.S. Army by 40,000 just when it will be needed most.  This guy is a man of peace if ever there was… Read More »

The Examiner: “One year later, ISIS undeterred by U.S. efforts”

According to the Washington Examiner, after a year of U.S. efforts ISIS is still going strong. This is no surprise to me.  For the past year I have posted on this site my contention that air strikes alone would do nothing.  I was right.  Air power is great, but it will not kill someone in a secure position.  Proponents of air… Read More »