Thursday, January 17, 2008

Murder by Numbers

Looks like the New York Times article on our murdering soldiers (who have returned from combat) was just possibly a bit selective in the stats they used. What a surprise.
On Sunday, the New York Times printed a massive front-page story about a supposedly alarming homicide rate among Iraq and Afghanistan vets. The Times reported 121 cases of homicide or homicide charges and attributed them to post-traumatic stress disorder--presumably an attempt at making another case for ending the war, if we know anything about the Times's editors. Read More.

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