War in Iraq

(Washington D.C.) – The war in Iraq is not going as advertised. It is a flawed policy wrapped in illusion. The American public is way ahead of us. The United States and coalition troops have done all they can in Iraq, but it is time for a change in direction. Our military is suffering. The…Read More

Bush at Bay: Fitzgerald Looks at Niger Forgeries

Washington – The CIA leak inquiry that threatens senior White House aides has now widened to include the forgery of documents on African uranium that started the investigation, according to NAT 0 intelligence sources. This suggests the inquiry by special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald into the leaking of the identity of undercover CIA officer Valerie Plame…Read More

Contingent from W.Va. shows unity

They brought up the rear of the procession, but a group of West Virginians marching in Saturday’s protest in Washington made sure they added their voices to the roughly 100,000 protesting the war in Iraq. With the smaller states’ contingents near the back of the march line, the 300 to 400 people from West Virginia…Read More

Marchers in D.C. protest Iraq war

WASHINGTON – Crowds opposed to the war in Iraq surged past the White House on Saturday, shouting “Peace now” in the largest anti-war protest in the nation’s capital since the U.S. invasion. The rally stretched through the day and into the night, a marathon of music, speech-making and dissent on the National Mall. Police Chief…Read More

Thousands Expected For DC Peace Rally

A coordinator with West Virginia’s Patriots for Peace group says this weekend could bring the largest march against the War in Iraq to date. Patriots for Peace will be among the expected thousands of people marching on Washington, D.C. starting Saturday. “We’re absolutely seeing an increase in interest in our organization and the end of…Read More

Chicago calls for troops to leave Iraq

CHICAGO — Chicago on Wednesday became the nation’s largest city to urge the Bush administration to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq at once. The resolution, approved 29-9, seeks an “immediate and orderly” withdrawal. The City Council has 50 aldermen. Chicago joins other cities – including San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Calif., 50 communities in Vermont and…Read More