Political items about war and anti-war protests.

Green bullet Thomas Jefferson sent the U.S. Navy to subdue Barbary pirates in the Mediterranean.

Green bullet A resolution introduced to the House of Representatives seeks to repeal the authorization for use of military force against Iraq.

Red bullet The daughter of US Vice-President Dick Cheney went to Baghdad to serve as a human shield.

Green bullet Saddam Hussein was part owner of a number of popular magazines.

Green bullet Senator Robert Byrd delivered a fiery floor speech condemning President Bush's calls for military action against Iraq.

Yellow bullet Old lady offered an anti-war pamphlet offers to shove her umbrella up anti-war protester's ass.

Red bullet French's mustard released a press statement to let U.S. consumers know "the only thing we have in common with the French is that we are both yellow."

White bullet Pilot of commercial airliner makes announcement that the flight is carrying the body of a U.S. soldier killed in Iraq.

Red bullet Quranic verse speaks of the "wrath of the Eagle cleansing the lands of Allah."

Green bullet Letter from Army engineer details rebuilding efforts in Iraq.

Yellow bullet Soldier's wife interrupts restaurant meal to lecture women who are disparaging President Bush and the military.

Green bullet Former federal judge delivers lecture about his experience setting up a new legal system in Iraq.

Green bullet Quotes reproduce statements made by Democratic leaders about Saddam Hussein's acquisition or possession of weapons of mass destruction.

Green bullet Civilians give up their seats on commercial flight to soldiers on leave from Iraq.

Multi-colored bullet Message chronicles U.S. accomplishments in Iraq since the end of the major combat phase.

Yellow bullet Message from National Guardsman chronicles U.S. accomplishments in rebuilding Iraq.

Yellow bullet Participating in a 'Not One Damn Dime Day' is an effective way to protest the war in Iraq.

Red bullet Under the LARK program, Taliban detainees are being housed with liberals who disagree with the government's treatment of prisoners kept at Guantanamo Bay.

Multi-colored bullet Wearing red on Fridays will demonstrate support for U.S. troops overseas.

Red bullet The relative of a soldier serving in Iraq penned the "I'll care if ..." polemic.*

Red bullet Cindy Sheehan's son, Casey, was raised by her ex-husband after the couple divorced and both remarried.

Red bullet U.S. sniper, asked what he feels when he shoots an al-Qaeda member, replies: "Recoil."

Multi-colored bullet Casey Sheehan's grave is as yet unmarked with a standard headstone.

Green bullet A U.S. Army soldier received a rude response after inquiring with an on-line retailer about shipments to APO addresses.

Red bullet An ABC News report deliberately slanted the presidential candidate preferences expressed by U.S. soldiers in Iraq.

Green bullet Irena Sendler, a candidate for the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize, is credited with saving 2,500 Polish Jews from the Holocaust.

Red bullet Yellowcake uranium removed from Iraq in 2008 proved that Saddam Hussein was trying to restart Iraq's nuclear program.

Red bullet North Korean official Jang Sung-taek was executed by being thrown into a cage with 120 starved dogs.

Red bullet U.S. troops in Afghanistan have been ordered to carry weapons with no bullets.

Yellow bullet ISIS militants have been beheading children in Iraq and Syria.

Red bullet ISIS operatives have been crushing babies if their parents refuse to convert to Islam.

Red bullet A nuclear bomb was detonated in Ukraine in February 2015.

Red bullet Images depict caged Christian children later burned alive by ISIS.

Red bullet President Obama and Hillary Clinton were criminally charged by Egyptian courts with aiding and abetting terrorists.

Red bullet ISIS militants fed a man's remains to his distraught mother.

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