July 2006
Newsweek;7/24/2006, Vol. 148 Issue 4, p7
This article discusses positive and negative political aspects that are occurring around the war in Iraq and other aspects in the world news. United States President George W. Bush's vision for the war in Iraq is described in the article as a Wilsonian disaster and the U.S. Congress is applauded for standing up to Bush's power grab on the Intel Corp. The article also discusses those individuals behind Hizbullah's hail of missiles and whether or not baseball player Barry Bonds will be indicted for lying about his use of steroids.


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