Pete Hegseth

Executive Director, Vets for Freedom

Guest

First lieutenant in the Army National Guard and Executive Director of Vets for Freedom, he served in Iraq with the 101st Airborne Division (September, 2005-July, 2006)

Pete Hegseth on KCRW

President Bush  today accepted the  recommendations  of General David Petraeus. The draw-down of troops from Iraq will stop when the "surge" ends in July.

Bush Speech Caps Week of Iraq Testimony

President Bush today accepted the recommendations of General David Petraeus. The draw-down of troops from Iraq will stop when the "surge" ends in July.

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Before General David Patraeus or Ambassador Ryan Crocker said a word to a  joint committee of Congress , Democrats and Republicans were exchanging partisan charges.

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Before General David Patraeus or Ambassador Ryan Crocker said a word to a joint committee of Congress , Democrats and Republicans were exchanging partisan charges.

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