The Cheney-Rumsfeld Cabal Deception: External Links 2001-2003
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The following are external links for 2001 through 2003 related to the main article The Cheney-Rumsfeld Cabal Deception.
- Jason Vest, "Darth Rumsfeld," The American Prospect (Global Security), February 26, 2001: Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld "developed his foreign policy in the early 1970s, under President Gerald Ford. It was bad then. It's worse now."
- Wendy Kaminer, "On the Contrary: Lies and consequences," The American Prospect, May 20, 2002.
- Jason Vest, "The Men From JINSA and CSP," The Nation, September 2, 2002. re JINSA and Center for Security Policy.
- Jeremy Scahill, "The Saddam in Rumsfeld's Closet," Common Dreams, August 2, 2002. re Saddam Hussein.
- Robert L. Bartley, "Bush: Foreign Policy to Take Seriously. A Cheney-Rumsfeld-Wolfowitz cabal isn't steamrolling the president," WSJ Opinion Journal, December 9, 2002. re Vice President Dick Cheney, Rumsfeld, and Paul Dundes Wolfowitz.
- Stanley Hoffman, "The High and the Mighty. Bush's national-security strategy and the new American hubris," The American Prospect, January 13, 2003. re Bush doctrine and preemptive war.
- Pepe Escobar, "This war is brought to you by ...," Asia Times, March 20, 2003.
- Eric Alterman, "Perle Interrupted," The Nation, March 20, 2003. re Richard N. Perle.
- Michael T. Klare, "The Generals' Revolt," The Nation, April 2, 2003.
- Robert J. Lieber, "The Neoconservative-Conspiracy Theory," Chronicle of Higher Education (FrontPageMag), April 29, 2003.
- Drake Bennett and Heidi Pauken, "All the President's Lies. Bush's rhetoric bears no resemblence to his policies. How does he get away with it?" The American Prospect, May 1, 2003. re Bush lies and deceptions.
- Howard Meyerson, "The Most Dangerous President Ever. How and why George W. Bush undermines American security," The American Prospect, May 1, 2003. re President George W. Bush.
- Seymour M. Hersh, "Selective Intelligence. Donald Rumsfeld has his own special sources. Are they reliable?" The New Yorker, May 12, 2003 (issue).
- Michael Tomasky, "Stealth Fighters. Two airplanes and one GOP strategy of deception," The American Prospect, May 14, 2003.
- Michael Tomasky, "True Lies. Why the president's story on Iraq is starting to unravel," The American Prospect, July 9, 2003.
- Julian Borger, "The spies who pushed for war," Guardian Unlimited (UK), July 17, 2003: "... on the shadow rightwing intelligence network set up in Washington to second-guess the CIA and deliver a justification for toppling Saddam Hussein by force."
- Howard Meyerson, "Inconvenient Facts. The Bush administration will not be cowed by the truth," The American Prospect, July 18, 2003.
- Mary Lynn F. Jones, "Secret Service. Bush's chronic aversion to telling it like it is," The American Prospect, August 4, 2003.
- Michael Tomasky, "Eight Lies. The president's prevarications on Iraq -- and their consequences," The American Prospect, August 21, 2003. re Bush administration lies that led to war.
- Joshua Micah Marshall, "The Post-Modern President. Deception, Denial, and Relativism: what the Bush administration learned from the French," Washington Monthly, September 2003.
- "Debunking Cheney", 4-Part Series, Democracy Now!, September 16, 2003:
- Part 1: "Cheney Claims Again Iraq Tried To Acquire Uranium From Niger." re Yellowcake forgery.
- Part 2: "Cheney Claims No Knowledge That White House Helped Evacuate 24 Members of the Bin Laden Family Days After 9/11."
- Part 3: "Cheney Suggests Iraq Is Linked To ‘93 WTC Bombing Through Wanted Iraqi-American."
- Part 4: "Cheney Reasserts Already Debunked Atta–Iraq Connection."
- Jim Lobe, "New Cheney Adviser Sets Syria In His Sights," Antiwar.com, October 21, 2003.
- Jim Lobe, "Cheney's the One," Antiwar.com, October 23, 2003.
- Bart Whiteman, "Dick Cheney Gone Wild," The Chattanoogan, October 11, 2003: "Vice President Dick Cheney rolled out the heavy artillery to try to squash any and all opposition to the Bush-Cheney-Rumsfeld-Powell War in Iraq." re President Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and former Secretary of State Colin L. Powell.
- Jim Lobe, "All Roads Lead to Feith," Antiwar.com, November 6, 2003. re Douglas Feith.
- Stephen F. Hayes, "Case Closed. The U.S. government's secret memo detailing cooperation between Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden," The Weekly Standard, November 24, 2003. re Osama bin Laden.
- David Ignatius, "An Iraqi's Likely Story," Washington Post, November 28, 2003.
- Daniel Benjamin, "The Case of the Misunderstood Memo. The Feith 'annex' highlights the Bush administration's misuse of intelligence material," Slate, December 9, 2003.
- Walter Pincus, "White House Faulted on Uranium Claim. Intelligence Warnings Disregarded, President's Advisory Board Says," Washington Post, December 24, 2003. re President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board.