VoicesAmericans Don’t Care About the Iraqi Dead. They Don’t Even Care About Their Own.
The U.S. has a long and disturbing habit of ignoring the violence it commits overseas as well as at home.
“Trauma Never Goes Away”: As America Forgets, Iraq War Stays With U.S. Veterans
Twenty years after the invasion, veterans struggle to reconcile their sacrifices with the unhappy outcome and the false narratives that started the war.
Senators Aren’t Ready to Blame Themselves for Silicon Valley Bank Implosion
“I think that we need to see what has actually transpired.”
The Architects of the Iraq War: Where Are They Now?
They’re all doing great, thanks for asking.
Cheering Silicon Valley Bank Bailout, Gavin Newsom Doesn’t Mention He’s a Client
At least three of the California governor’s wine companies are held by SVB, and a bank president sits on the board of his wife’s charity.