Category Archives: Saddam Hussein

Echoes from Saddam Hussein – Amazon Giveaway July 31 & August 1

Echoes from Saddam Hussein – Kindle Giveaway on Amazon.com July 31 & August 1. These satirical columns, written from 2003 to 2009, allow startlingly candid Saddam Hussein and George W. Bush to explain their need to control the destinies of countries, regions, and, ultimately, the world. Osama bin Laden, Dick Cheney, Condoleezza Rice, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, […]

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Saddam Confronts Netanyahu

After Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s most recent sermon to the Congress of the United States, he marched into his palatial D.C. hotel suite where Saddam Hussein romped with several robust young women. The political titans excused their guests and bodyguards, and this conversation, preserved by a Mossad recording device, followed: Benjamin Netanyahu – What the […]

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Chris Kyle Reloads

I’d like to thank Clint Eastwood for making a movie about me and being so nice to my wife and kids, but I want to correct the impression he gives in his column, as well as in American Sniper, that I was a weak man tortured because I killed so many people. That ain’t so. […]

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Eastwood Battles American Snipers

I usually don’t spend much time arguing with critics of my movies and I’m not going to today. I’ll just refute those who accuse me of glorifying war or, at minimum, celebrating a man they scream online was a “psychopathic killer.” Listen, I’m not trying to transform Chris Kyle, the American Sniper who killed more […]

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Bush Still Defends Invasion

Don’t blame me Iraq’s falling apart. I tried to save the country and make it free and prosperous in the twenty-first century and beyond, and would’ve been successful but early in 2009 I had to turn the White House over to Barack Obama, a liberal weakling, and conditions in Iraq deteriorated after he stuck his […]

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Saddam Counters Islamic State

Thankfully I’m an empathetic man or I would’ve hammered my driver into the head of the flunky who interrupted my backswing on the gorgeous eighteenth tee at Doral. He said he was an aide to President Barack Obama and urged me to help save Iraq and the Middle East and vital American and Israeli interests. […]

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Photos in Box

This story is part of the collection “Paint it Black”

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Conservative International Action Plan

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

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More Bombings in Iraq

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

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Assad Welcomes Arab League

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

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Saddam Comforts Americans

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

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Sam Retired in Florida

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

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Gaddafi Counterattacks

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

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Hosni Mubarak Vows to Protect Egypt

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

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Brain Surgery for Amadinejad

This story is from the collection “Obama on Edge”

Also posted in George W. Bush, Holocaust, Iran, Israel, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Middle East, Nuclear Weapons

Saddam Hussein Vows to Rescue Bush

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in George W. Bush, Iraq

Saddam Gloats over Iraqi Chaos

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in Iraq

Saddam Hussein’s Final Interview

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in Iraq

Supreme Power

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

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Saddam Hussein Meets Eminent Leader

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in Iraq

Dashing Saddam Deluged by Proposals

This is story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in Iraq

Surgically Enhanced Saddam Backs Democracy

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in Iraq

Saddam Back on Stage as Insurgency Grows

The man’s a bona fide survivor, isn’t he? Hundreds of thousands of his victims inside and outside Iraq are dead. His sons are dead. Thousands of people mired in the mess he left have recently died. But Saddam Hussein lives on. He’s harder to kill than a cockroach in the deepest crevice, more difficult to […]

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Gaddafi’s Daughter Joins Saddam’s Exciting Legal Team

Google and Yahoo are search engines of astonishing reach and daily utility but I’m a little disappointed in them tonight: they were only able to provide one picture of Aisha Gaddafi, daughter of Muammar and newest member of the rapidly growing Saddam legal team that now numbers twenty-one professional and hundreds of volunteer lawyers.  If […]

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Saddam Wears a Beard

This story is from the collection “Echoes from Saddam Hussein”

Also posted in George W. Bush, Iraq, War