Navy Objects to Reporter-Iraqi Soldiers Attempt to Detain American Troops – Strange Days! – Washington Post


Strange day today for news in the Washington Post !  First, the Navy lodged an official complaint against a female reporter who routinely reports on the detention center at Guantanamo Bay.  They say that she is crude, obscene and abusive to naval officers who she interviews about the prison. You go girl! The story is here.

Then there is the story today outlining an incident that just happened in Iraq where Iraqi troops attempted to detain American troops after they fired on insurgents.  This ain’t good.  The story is here.

The Post reports today that there is now definite proof that there is a link between exposure to Agent Orange and serious heart disease and Parkinsons disease.  This is expected to seriously affect disability claims from Viet Nam era veterans.  The story is here.

You think we have labor problems in this country? The Post reports today that 30,000 Chinese steel workers rioted in one city and beat the general manager of their steel mill to death.  He recieved about $350,000 dollars in pension last year.  A typical steel worker received about $29 dollars a month in pension payments last year.  They virtually brought the city down around their ears.  You think veterans have pension problems?  Wow!  This is incredible.  The story is here.  I hope the D.V.A. reads this!



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