Jon Soltz

Co-founder and Chairman, VoteVets.org

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Co-founder and chairman of VoteVets.org, a progressive group of military veterans, he served in Iraq in 2003

Jon Soltz on KCRW

After six years of deadly violence and the expenditure of tens of billions of dollars, the war in Iraq appears to be winding down.

On the Sixth Anniversary of the US Invasion of Iraq

After six years of deadly violence and the expenditure of tens of billions of dollars, the war in Iraq appears to be winding down.

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