Monthly Archive:: April 2003

HistoricalMullet: Iraq Al-Queda: Why are we searching in Iraq?

We’re spending a lot of time on the ground looking for evidence Iraq was directly linked with Al-Queda (it being one of the reasons we went to war). But don’t we have in our custody, and have had for the last year, the top operations planner of Al-Queda? The “COO” of the group so to

HistoricalMullet: Tally on War: Costs vs. Achievement of Objectives

I’m trying to keep a tally of what Gulf War II has cost vs. what we achieved. This is still a developing situation, it could change tomorrow or not change in the next few weeks at all. My fear is a sense of jingoistic achievement (we WON after all right?) and the short attention span

HistoricalMullet: Nuremburg or Decapitation Strike

First analysis on the use of targeted military strikes on leaders of violent forces and the implications of imminent threat. In the end, in this case, I got my wish that Saddam stood trial and was executed. See Discussion at the end for additional commentary. (9/30/2023) Watching the events on TV this evening (another missile

HistoricalMullet: Dissent is Critical

Perhaps one of the first references refers to myself as a radical moderate and describes what should go into my manifesto. I believe this post was in response to an administration comment that dissent equated to being unpatriotic. (Ed 9/30/2023) If I were ever to write the manifesto of a radical moderate this would be