Good News in Iraq: The news from Iraq that’s not fit to print by Jeff Jacoby
Jeff Jacoby discusses the importance of the recent elections in Iraq.
The announcement on Oct. 25 that the first genuinely democratic national charter in Arab history had been approved by 79 percent of Iraqis was a major piece of good news.
But of course the MSM does not see this as good news.
This constants twisting of the news from the MSM has prompted me to go on a quest to publish good news on the war on terror. You can get all the bad news in other places, I will be focusing on the good, the honorable etc…
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