Directed by John Kent Harrison. With Sienna Guillory, Matthew Marsden, Rufus Sewell, John Rhys-Davies. The abduction of beautiful Helen, wife of Spartan King Menelaus, by Paris of Troy triggers a long war.
Is there literally any U.S. military action that Tim Starr won’t defend? Does it turn out that those Whiskey Rebels really needed to be put down? Is the liberal media carefully spinning news reports to conceal the fact that the Cherokee were really hiding WMD programs in them thar hills?
Twelve years ago, President George W. Bush began the U.S. government’s second land war against Iraq. For this.
«According to the latest figures compiled by Iraq Body Count, to date more than 200,000 Iraqi civilians have been killed, although other sources say the casualties are twice as high. More than 4,000 US soldiers have been killed in Iraq, and tens of thousands more have been injured and maimed. The war has cost US taxpayers more than $800 billion. In an interview with VICE founder Shane Smith, Obama said the rise of the Islamic State was a direct result of the disastrous invasion.»
The National Intelligence Assessment was the classified document used to justify the invasion of Iraq. Newly declassified, it tells a much different story than the Bush administration told 12 years ago.