Will Marshall

President and Founder of the Progressive Policy Institute

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President and Founder of the Progressive Policy Institute, he also helped to found the Democratic Leadership Council; Editor of With All Our Might: A Progressive Strategy for Defeating Jihadism and Defending Liberty

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Just two sentences long, it's a " non-binding resolution ," which supports US troops in Iraq, but it goes on to say, "Congress disapproves" of President Bush's  deployment of more than…

House of Representatives Begins Debating the Iraq Buildup

Just two sentences long, it's a " non-binding resolution ," which supports US troops in Iraq, but it goes on to say, "Congress disapproves" of President Bush's deployment of more than…

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Yesterday, the House passed  new rules for detaining, interrogating and prosecuting suspected terrorists .

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