Jabbar Magruder

Co-Chair of Board of Directors, Iraq Veterans Against the War

Guest

Sergeant in the Army National Guard who has served one tour in Iraq; Co-Chair of the Board of Directors of Iraq Veterans Against the War

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When   four American soldiers  were hit by a bomb yesterday in southern Baghdad, the total of American casualties in Iraq reached 4,000.

Iraq Five Years On: How Does it Affect the Southland?

When four American soldiers were hit by a bomb yesterday in southern Baghdad, the total of American casualties in Iraq reached 4,000.

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Barack Obama's patriotism is being questioned because he doesn't wear an American flag pin on his lapel. His pastor's sermons are called un-American.

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Barack Obama's patriotism is being questioned because he doesn't wear an American flag pin on his lapel. His pastor's sermons are called un-American.

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Barack Obama's patriotism is being questioned because he doesn't wear an American flag pin on his lapel. His pastor's sermons are called un-American.

Patriotism and Political Dialogue: Symbol of Pride or Barrier to Debate?

Barack Obama's patriotism is being questioned because he doesn't wear an American flag pin on his lapel. His pastor's sermons are called un-American.

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