Advocating on Behalf of the American Military and Defense on the War on Terror

That's the correct headline ...but the one being run by Mainstream Media reads


President Bush spoke to the country about the situation in Iraq during a nationally televised appearance from the White House.

Associated Press story by Deb Riechmann reads, as usual, in the most negative light the Fake But Accurate news service can contrive.

President Bush makes a statement on Iraq, Thursday, April 10, 2008, in the Cross Hall of the White House in Washington.  (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)


Three months ago, while reporting live from Kuwait, I aired a report from my military sources that the extended 15 month rotation would end shortly, to be replaced by the standard 12 month stay for the military.

From AP

"In another major decision, the president announced he will seek to relieve the heavy strain on the Army by reducing the length of combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan to 12 months, down from the current level of 15 months. He said the change would take effect on Aug. 1, and would not affect U.S. forces already deployed on the front lines.

Bush said U.S. forces have made major gains since he ordered a buildup of about 30,000 U.S. forces last year. "We have renewed and revived the prospect of success" the president said."

This is tremendous news for our military and their families. Secretary of Defense Gates listened and acted upon advice given by his senior officers.