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Bush Administration Leaves America Unprotected

Report 9 May 2007
Almost two years after Katrina, the federal government’s response to the disaster in Greensburg, Kansas, is only the latest example of the Bush administration’s inability to keep America safe.
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Military

Generals Express Outrage at Presidential Veto

Press Release Washington, DC 1 May 2007
Top military brass expressed outrage today at the President's veto of the U.S. Troop Readiness, Veterans, Health, and Iraq Accountability Act. Generals Gard, Johns, Montano and Odom weigh in.
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Iraq

Four Years Since Mission Accomplished

Report 29 April 2007
It has been four years since the President declared victory in the battle of Iraq, but according to just about every single factual indicator, the situation is deteriorating.
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Iraq

The President's Escalation Plan: "A Quarterly Report Card"

Report 18 April 2007
Three months into the Escalation, events in Iraq, Washington, and around the world indicate that things are getting worse not better
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Military

President Bush is Going Against the Advice of Former Generals

Report 12 April 2007
This Administration has received an unprecedented level of criticism from former flag officers.
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Iraq

Another Step in the Wrong Direction

Report 5 April 2007
The President has a decision to make: Stand with the American people and our troops in the field or stand in the way of a new direction in Iraq.
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Military

National Security Network Congratulates House of Representatives

Press Release Washington, DC 23 March 2007
NSN today thanked Congress for passing the U.S. Troop Readiness, Veterans, Health and Iraq Accountability Act in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Iraq

Escalation: Strategy That Has Failed Before

Report 29 January 2007
Over the past four years, the Bush Administration has on numerous occasions sanctioned troop increases. In every case this strategy has had little long-term impact.
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Iraq

Stay the Course 2.0

Report 29 January 2007
Bush-McCain Escalation Plan: More of the Same - Increasing troops is simply staying the course, and ignores the national mandate for change.
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