2024-05-27 12:54 PM

Memorial Day 2024 Issue!

Congressman Moran’s News Commentary

A report released this week by the non-profit research organization Media Matters found that military analysts secretly cultivated by the Pentagon’s communications apparatus appeared a whopping 4,500 plus times on major TV and radio networks since 2002 on segments covering the Iraq war, Guantanamo Bay, Abu Ghraib and other foreign policy and national security issues.

Congressman Moran’s News Commentary

A report released this week by the non-profit research organization Media Matters found that military analysts secretly cultivated by the Pentagon’s communications apparatus appeared a whopping 4,500 plus times on major TV and radio networks since 2002 on segments covering the Iraq war, Guantanamo Bay, Abu Ghraib and other foreign policy and national security issues.

Helen Thomas: Worth a Thousand Words

WASHINGTON — Some readers resented The Washington Post for publishing an Associated Press photograph of a critically wounded Iraqi child being lifted from the rubble of his home in Baghdad’s Sadr City "after a U.S. airstrike."

Maureen Dowd: The Dream is Dead

WASHINGTON — The man crowned by Tommy Franks as "the dumbest ((expletive)) guy on the planet" just made the dumbest ((expletive)) speech on the planet.

Our Man In Arlington

Social historians tell us that there are one or two events in each generation that almost everybody remembers vividly – exactly what they were doing at the time they learned of the event, and what they did during the rest of the day. Two in my generation were the assassination of JFK and, of course, […]

Our Man In Arlington

Sociologists say that there is at least one event in every generation that will remain forever burned in the memory of almost everyone.  Pearl Harbor and the Kennedy Assassination are two obvious examples.