Richard Miniter

Adjunct Fellow, Hudson Institute

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Adjunct Fellow at the Hudson Institute and blogger at Pajamas Media; author of Disinformation: 22 Media Myths That Undermine the War on Terror

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As a protester chanted, "Bring them Home," General David Petraeus refused to set any timetable for withdrawing troops from Iraq.

Petraeus and Crocker: Back on Capitol Hill

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Democratic leaders in the House and Senate hope to send President Bush an Iraq spending bill by the end of this week.  It would include political benchmarks for the Iraqi government…

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The  US Supreme Court says  that the  Geneva Conventions  apply to suspects in the war on terror.  Common Article 3 prohibits "outrages upon personal dignity, in particular humiliating…

Prisoner Interrogations in the War on Terror

The US Supreme Court says that the Geneva Conventions apply to suspects in the war on terror.  Common Article 3 prohibits "outrages upon personal dignity, in particular humiliating…

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