Kurt Schauppner

Editor, Desert Trail

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Editor of the Desert Trail, serving the greater Palm Springs area

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President Bush has called for an increase in troops for Iraq , but US forces are already stretched thin. The so-called "surge" means an escalation of 21,500 troops.

More US Soldiers Are on Their Way to Iraq

President Bush has called for an increase in troops for Iraq , but US forces are already stretched thin. The so-called "surge" means an escalation of 21,500 troops.

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