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Iraqi Children's Skulls, a Soldier’s Lies, and The New Republic

This week Ward talks to The Weekly Standard’s Michael Goldfarb, the journalist who dismantled The New Republic’s bogus stories about American soldiers’ misconduct in Iraq. Why was an American magazine so quick to believe that U.S. forces were capable of such behavior? And Uncle Jimbo wonders why some have already called the surge a failure.”


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