Golden Times--Even If We Don't Know It
- Prayer Warriors. Kennedy, John W. // Christianity Today;May2003, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p36
Focuses on the prayer movements held in the U.S. during the 2003 Iraqi war. Information on the Presidential Prayer Team; Prayer efforts of the World Prayer Center; Background on the Global Harvest Ministries.
- Shock-and-Awe-Inspiring Bargains!!! // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly;Jul2003, Vol. 73 Issue 7, p48
Presents fictional spoils of the 2003 Iraq War that are available on the eBay Internet auction site. Uncorrected proofs of a book about Saddam Hussein; Rotating vibrating palace water bed belonging to Uday Hussein.
- Iraq's Networked Insurgents. Kimmage, Daniel; Ridolfo, Kathleen // Foreign Policy;Nov/Dec2007, Issue 163, p88
The article examines the use of the Internet as a tool linking insurgents fighting as a result of the invasion of Iraq. The authors discuss a number of aspects of terrorist and insurgent use of the Internet including the employment of cyberspace to spread their message to millions of Muslims, to...
- WAR OF WORDS. Cranmer, John // Gay Times (09506101);Nov2003, Issue 302, p95
Recommends several Web sites on the 2003 Iraq war and gay Arabs. Contents of the sites; Costs of accessing the sites; Online address of the sites.
- Post-War Strategies. Ramaswami, Rama // Operations & Fulfillment;Jun2003, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p4
Editorial. Discusses several strategies for improving the performance of the U.S. retail trade after the Iraqi war in 2003. Significance of training employees; Impact of information-handling automation on warehouse performance; Benefits of outsourcing.
- THE CONTINGENCY CONTRACTING CORPS IN COUNTERTNSURGENCY OPERATIONS: USING MONEY TO EFFECTIVELY FIGHT INSURGENTS. Hanback, Lucas // Public Contract Law Journal;Fall2010, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p171
The article focuses on the Contingency Contracting Corps which was created by the U.S. Congress to address the problems of contracting during the economic development efforts in Iraq. It is stated that the causes of insurgency in Iraq was found to be unemployment so the U.S. department of...
- LETTERS. Bacon, Alyssa; Middendorf, Alan; Tardy, John A.; Qian, Albert; Doroba, Richard; Starr, Michael; Myers, Robert; Lin, Thomas; Cherbonnier, David; Vieira, Gilbert H.; Armstrong, Danny; Chen, Jennifer Bo-Yu; De Knibber, Henri; Herbeck, Lukas; Mrkusic, Ushka; Will, Tyler; Noble, Keith // Time International (South Pacific Edition);7/18/2005, Issue 28, p4
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles and issues discussed in previous issues including " Staying--and Overstaying--the Course," in the June 20, 2005 issue, "The North's Bitter Harvest," in the June 20, 2005 issue, and the outsourcing of U.S. jobs to China.
- Perils of Outsourcing a War. Kingsbury, Alex // U.S. News Digital Weekly;10/30/2009, Vol. 1 Issue 41, p17
An interview with author Allison Stanger is presented. When asked about the difference between contractors and government workers, she cites the source of salaries of such workers. She discusses the important role played by contractors in the Afghan and Iraq wars. She also talks about the...
- Letters. Maiman, Joan M.; Glenn, John; Green, Kevin E.; Pontacoloni, Edward; Huey III, J. Wistar; Patrykus, David; Deverell, Patricia; Bender, Erin; DuPont, Danielle; Selmanoff, Michael; Tiffany, Paul; Ekwall, Ralph; Taylor, Lisa; Chen, Christina; Perille, Laura; Lachman, Emily; Carlo, Darlene; Burnside, Liz // Newsweek;5/3/2004, Vol. 143 Issue 18, p16
Presents letters to the editor of the May 3, 2004 issue of "Newsweek" magazine. Discussion of an article on the Vietnam War entitled "The Vietnam Question," found in the April 19, 2004 issue; Comparison of the Vietnam conflict with the Iraq War of 2003; Article on the outsourcing of American...