A PolicyMic pundit and Truman fellow reflects on his time in the Iraq War. Was the war a success?
The costs of war can be seen not only in the trillions spent and wasted but on the wealth, innovation, and economic progress that could have been created on the free market instead.
MSNBC ran two segments on the Iraq War's 10th anniversary on Tuesday. Unfortunately, neither of them took note to correct the odious lies that got us into Iraq in the first place.
Commemorating the 10th year of War in Iraq requires a perspective that many Americans find difficult to accept, including the author. War is measured in "blood and treasure" but there is more.
This 10 year anniversary of the Iraq War starts with a poll that show a majority of Americans think that sending troops was a mistake. Yet there are those who maintain their faith in the war.
The War in Iraq accomplished little in the way of promoting international security or regional stability. Instead, it annihilated Iraqi sovereignty and threw the Middle East into madness.
Five stories that impart a visceral understanding of just what the Iraq War really meant.
On the anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion, a series of coordinated attacks ripped through the Iraqi capital of Baghdad.