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


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


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


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


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


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


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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.”


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


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Quranic verse speaks of the “wrath of the Eagle cleansing the lands of Allah.”


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Letter from Army engineer details rebuilding efforts in Iraq.


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


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


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


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


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Message chronicles U.S. accomplishments in Iraq since the end of the major combat phase.


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


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


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


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Wearing red on Fridays will demonstrate support for U.S. troops overseas.


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The relative of a soldier serving in Iraq penned the “I’ll care if …” polemic.*


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


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U.S. sniper, asked what he feels when he shoots an al-Qaeda member, replies: “Recoil.”


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Casey Sheehan’s grave is as yet unmarked with a standard headstone.


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


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


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


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


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


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


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ISIS militants have been beheading children in Iraq and Syria.


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


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A nuclear bomb was detonated in Ukraine in February 2015.


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Images depict caged Christian children later burned alive by ISIS.


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


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ISIS militants fed a man’s remains to his distraught mother.