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The War They Wanted, The Lies They Needed
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Craig Unger | The War They Wanted, the Lies They Needed
The War They Wanted, the Lies They Needed By Craig Unger Vanity Fair.
Tuesday 06 June 2006. The Bush administration invaded Iraq claiming Saddam
Hussein had ...
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Age Of Tyranny. Craig Unger reports in Vanity Fair on the Niger documents
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16 Words: "The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein
recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa."
-- From Bush's 2003 State of the Union Address
Playing the Plame Game
As the C.I.A.-outing scandal mounts—and intrigue swirls around Rove and
Libby, Judith Miller and
The New York Times—VF.com reprises some of the magazine's key stories on the
Vicky Ward's January 2004 sit-down interview with Joseph Wilson and Valerie
Constitutional Dictatorship: the War Powers Act
This is an example of the Rule of Necessity, a rule of law where necessity
... Chapter 1, Title 1, Section 48, Statute 1 of this Act of March 9, 1933
is the ...
FOURTH OF JULY HOMEWORK:
For those of you who really want to know the TRUTH:
The original Mint Act, was passed on Thursday, January 12, 1792. This Act
was drafted in Pursuance of the Constitution for the United States of
America [See: Article VI, Clause 2] and provided for the minting of both
gold and silver dollars under Section 9. This Act met all of the
requirements of Article I, Section 8, Clause 5 and 6, and Article I, Section
10, Clause I. The issue of the United States being empowered to "emit bills
of credit" was discussed in the Constitutional Convention on Thursday,
August 6, 1787. The power and authority was denied to the general government
upon good and sufficient grounds. It would take all of 75 years to subvert
what the Constitution was designed to prevent and more: the erosion of
confidence between man and man.