The Iraq War is perhaps the single biggest foreign policy disaster in American history. Here's hoping it doesn't take another decade for our country's leaders to figure that out.
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.
U.S. Army Ranger John Needham witnessed brutal atrocities during his tour in Iraq, and ultimately paid a terrible price for his opposition to them.
Invading Iraq to fight terrorism was a massive mistake. Al-Qaeda followed the U.S. to Iraq, not vice versa.
The inability of voters to influence politicians on issues like the Iraq War is one of the primary reasons why they are fed up with the political system.
One year after the Camp Ashraf massacre, the world should be more vigilant towards Iranian dissidents and their cry for freedom, which are a reflection of the call from millions in Iran.
The war is far from over for the 2 million Iraqi refugees. Americans need to stand up and stand beside the Iraqi people.
One of the most haunting moments of the Iraq War for one father was his son's phone calls.