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.
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.
Posted by Ron Ballew at 1/17/2008