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guardian.co.uk  10 hrs ago  Comment 
Food entrepreneur Andre Blais picks his restaurant locations carefully as he believes having one on every high street can cheapen a brand Going into business, you’re bound to make mistakes. When I started Bodean’s something I couldn’t...
New York Times  Jul 21  Comment 
The president told members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars that the same people opposed to the Iran nuclear pact were echoing some who were eager to go war with Iraq.
New York Times  Jul 2  Comment 
The entry of Jim Webb into the field of Democrats running for president makes it certain that Hillary Rodham Clinton will have to defend her support for the Iraq war.
Forbes  Jun 25  Comment 
A little over a decade after public opinion about the United States plummeted when the Bush administration launched the Iraq war, America seems to have burnished its global image, according to a new study published the Pew Research Center this week.
newratings.com  Jun 4  Comment 
WASHINGTON (dpa-AFX) - In contrast to the ever-expanding Republican presidential field, former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee became just the third official challenger to Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton on Wednesday. Officially...
New York Times  May 28  Comment 
The Iraq war investigation is one of a series that the authorities use to airbrush official errors or at least to delay embarrassment.
New York Times  May 25  Comment 
A five-week boot-camp-style introduction to the television industry, exclusively for military veterans, began with the host of “The Daily Show.”
New York Times  May 20  Comment 
Jeb Bush moves to get past his recent troubles over his position on the Iraq war, this time by attacking President Obama for withdrawing forces too quickly.
Forbes  May 18  Comment 
Four days after the Megyn Kelly interview, Jeb Bush finally clarified his position on the Iraq war and reversed his original statement by saying, “I would have not engaged. I would not have gone into Iraq.” But those multiple shifts made it a...
New York Times  May 17  Comment 
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, appearing on “Fox News Sunday,” became the latest Republican presidential candidate to trip on the question of whether it was a mistake for the United States to go to war against Iraq in 2003.




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