June 17, 2003 – A
U.S. media caved in to the Bush agenda (http://www.canoe.ca/Columnists/margolis_jun15.html)
by Eric Margolis, Toronto Sun, canoe.ca, June 15, 2003
Article also here at foreigncorrespondent.com
Why, readers in the U.S. keep asking me, are so many Americans unconcerned their government appears to have misled them and Congress over Iraq, and then waged a war with no basis in law or fact?
by Charley Reese, www.reese.king-online.com, June 16, 2003
I used to believe in the concept of a just war, but now I don’t think there is such a thing. Every war is unjust, because so many people who usually have no connection with the conflict end up dying in it.
It Is Important
by Charley Reese, www.reese.king-online.com, June 11, 2003
If it turns out that the United States and Great Britain went to war on the basis of falsehoods or defective intelligence, there will and ought to be some political fallout.
The Ten Planks of the “Freedom” Manifesto
by Jacob G. Hornberger, The Future of Freedom Foundation, www.fff.org, June 13, 2003
Three months after the invasion, which killed or maimed thousands of innocent people, including more than 100 American GIs, here’s the “freedom” that Iraqis are now celebrating:…
Not Exactly an Eye for an Eye
by Robert Higgs, Independent Institute, www.independent.org, June 13, 2003
If you or I settled our scores in our neighborhoods in such a fashion, neither moral authorities nor the legal system would countenance our slaughter of innocent bystanders as excusable.