Summer Pulse amounted to a tacit acknowledgement, obvious to anyone paying attention, that the United States has been eclipsed in an important area of military technology. Anti-ship cruise missiles, the US Navy currently has no defense for.
The most sophisticated of Iran’s cruise missiles are the ‘Sunburn’ and ‘Yakhonts’. These are missiles against which U.S. military experts conclude modern warships have no effective defense.
Apache attack helicopters have fired the thermobaric weapons against fighters in buildings and caves, to create a pressure wave which sucks the air out of victims, shreds their internal organs and crushes their bodies.
The House appears likely to vote on a bad resolution early next week. If you oppose starting a war with Iran then we must act now to oppose House Concurrent Resolution 362. This resolution has 169 co-sponsors, including 77 Democrats and 92 Rep
A military strike on Iran would turn the Middle East "into a ball of fire," said Mohamed ElBaradei, the head of the United Nations' nuclear watchdog agency.
"This is a very secretive White House ... There's some things that they would prefer not to be talked about," McClellan said.
Russia had asked both the United States and Israel to provide factual information to back their claims that Iran was working to build atomic weapons. "So far we have seen none, and the same conclusion was made by the International Atomic Energy
It’s crazy, but it’s coming soon – from the same folks who brought us Iraq.
Congressional proceedings would help prevent another mistaken war
CBS’s Chief Foreign Correspondent Lara Logan criticized the lack of media attention to the Iraq war. She said she felt responsible for the fact that “no one really understands” what is happening in Iraq. She also said that the soldiers there “feel fo
A much-delayed Iraq war funding bill sailed through the House, along with a doubling of college aid for returning troops and help for the unemployed and Midwestern flood victims. Republican allies of President Bush provided the winning margin in a 26
The Democratic-led Congress finally appears ready to cave-in to President Bush's demand for $162 billion in long-overdue funds for military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Interview with President Bush on Britain’s Sky News (VIDEO)
An ABC News and Washington Times Investigation Reveals Vets Are Being Recruited for Government Tests on Drugs with Violent Side Effects
Defense Intelligence Agency was concerned that a key corroborating source for the claim that Iraq had developed mobile biological weapons labs "was being coached" by Ahmad Chalabi's controversial Iraqi exile group, the Iraqi National Co
"I never said Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, never in my whole life," he said. "I challenge anyone in the world to get a piece of paper from me, anything with my signature, that proves I said there were weapons of mass destructi
The Taliban dug into defensive positions in a cluster of villages near Kandahar yesterday in apparent preparation for a battle on the doorstep of Afghanistan's second city.
Last month, Chiroux rejected an order calling him back to active duty in Iraq, saying he considers the war "illegal and unconstitutional." Chiroux served five years in the army, with tours in Afghanistan, Japan, Germany and the Philippines.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai threatened to send Afghan troops across the border to fight militants in Pakistan, a forceful warning to insurgents and the Pakistani government that his country is fed up with cross-border attacks.
In a last ditch effort to capture Osama bin Laden before leaving office, President Bush has enlisted the help of British special forces. "If he [Bush] can say he has killed Saddam Hussein and captured Bin Laden, he can claim to have left the wor
U.S. and NATO troops aided Afghan forces with reconnaissance in a hunt Saturday for 870 inmates who escaped prison after a sophisticated Taliban assault that even NATO conceded was a success for the militants.
(San Diego, CA) Radio talk show host Michael Reagan is calling for the murder of political activist, Mark Dice, after hearing that Dice is mailing letters and DVDs to troops in Iraq. Reagan wants to pay for the bullets.
In light of John McCain's comment on the Today show attesting to the insignificance of the continued presence of troops in Iraq, the next time a pollster asks you which is the more important issue in the campaign, the war or the economy; tell the
It is Charles Goyette's last week on the radio. A listener dropped off an MP3 audio file of an archived 2005 show in which he spent an hour discussing the Iraq War and what led up to the invasion and occupation. It is Goyette at his finest.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that foreign terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay have rights under the Constitution to challenge their detention in U.S. civilian courts. The vote was 5-4.
A political activist group is sending letters and DVDs to U.S. soldiers stationed in Iraq telling them 9/11 was an inside job
Iraqi lawmakers say the United States is demanding 58 bases as part of a proposed "status of forces" agreement that will allow U.S. troops to remain in the country indefinitely.
[It sounds better than 'brutal military occupation'] It is widely reported that the US military efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan, continuing on for over 5 years, have been "counterinsurgencies" led in Iraq by the expert General Petra
Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Monday the importance of the US nuclear arsenal was likely to grow in importance in coming years as Russia moves to strengthen its nuclear forces. (Bush is taking us back to the Cold War,... Amazing)
Former White House spokesman Scott McClellan is agreeing to go where other former administration officials have feared to tread — before a congressional committee investigating his former boss’s misdeeds.