This true story, as told by Billy Shore [of the anti-hunger nonprofit Share Our Strength], is a moving narrative stemming from a unique experience. Through his accounting - from a fallen soldier to the simple falling of a tie, you are bound to the personal details as if you were actually living them.
What do you think about when you hear or see the mobs on the Iraq street chanting "Death to Israel"? How do you reconcile that with the Bush administration's stubborn defense that their foreign policy and the Pentagon's military embodiment and prosecution of that policy is "successful"?
To whom has success traveled?
In Saddam Hussein's Iraq, these Islamic fundamentalists may have been sent to prison and tortured. That would have been morally wrong.