As Obama Affirms End to Combat in Iraq, Only ABC Credits Troop Surge that Obama Opposed

All three broadcast evening newscasts on Monday ran full reports on President Obama's declaration that all combat troops would leave Iraq by the end of this month. But only ABC's World News ...

War in Iraq Low on Obama's Agenda; Compliant Media Move On, Too

"Despite persistent violence and a critical election coming up, President Obama hardly ever mentions the war in Iraq," Joseph Curl reports in Thursday's Washington Times. Curl discloses that "the ...

Refreshing: "Iraq a Remarkably Safer Place" Now Than Before Surge

This is the New York Times, right?

"Objective Sources" Like WP, NYT Say McCain Ads "Over the Top & Unfair"

With the U.S. succeeding in Iraq, the Times abruptly decides the war is no longer important to voters. Adam Nagourney: "Don't you think that people are thinking about different things right now?" ...

Times Plays "Big Gains for Iraq Security..." on Front Page

But of course, "...Questions Linger."

"Upbeat" U.S. Deluded About Decline of Civilian Fatalities in Iraq?

"The late-afternoon blast in the Zayuna neighborhood, days after American officials gave an upbeat briefing about how civilian casualties had declined significantly, was one in a string of attacks ...

On Iraq, Times Catches Democrats Changing the Subject

As success on the ground in Iraq becomes undeniable, reporter Patrick Healy sees a "tonal shift" among Democrats.

NYT Bows to Reality: "Baghdad Starts to Exhale as Security Improves"

Less than a month ago a lead editorial began: "The news out of Iraq just keeps getting worse."

Meet the "Most Respected" Murtha, Who Slimed U.S. Troops in Haditha

Reporter David Herszenhorn finds a questionable voice of reason about the Iraq War.

What GOP "Called A Decline in Violence" in Iraq?

David Herszenhorn: "The debate over war financing also provided a forum for Republicans to praise recent developments in Iraq, including what they called a decline in violence."
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