Peter Freyne is on vacation this week, so let’s take an irreverent look at politics outside the Green Mountain State.
No issue in the country dominates the political landscape like the war in Iraq, and last week policy makers in Washington were stunned by a new revelation: the war’s cost.
To be sure, the most important price the nation pays in the ongoing conflict is the human cost. As of this writing, 3385 U.S. troops have made the ultimate sacrifice in Iraq, and more than 27,000 Americans have returned home injured.... Read more
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