Groupthink, a term coined by social psychologist Irving Janis in 1972, occurs when a group makes faulty decisions leading to a “deterioration of mental efficiency, reality testing, and moral judgement.”
Having a discussion will not change the disastrous consequences of Bush and company's crimes, bring back the three-quarters of a million dead Iraqi civilians or thousands of American soldiers, it may inform Americans of the intent of Republicans defending the invasion and occupation.
The invasion of Iraq and its bungled aftermath created millions of refugees. Rand Paul doesn't think the United States owes them anything
The U.S. must tread carefully in Iraq. The GOP's reality bubble will not protect them - or the rest of us - from real world, as opposed to fantasy, consequences
It is unlikely any American over the age of three or four will forget 911, but it is highly likely the majority of Americans will forget the long-lasting devastation an incompetent Republican administration's response wrought on the nation.
Dick Cheney, along with his daughter Liz, penned an unbelievable piece of retcon tripe for the Wall Street Journal where they claimed that Obama lost the war that was already won, while at the same time positioning Dick Cheney as a hero.
America's mainstream media is as apt to repeat failures as conservatives likely due to the symbiotic relationship between corporate media and the conservative movement.
The reaction from three Republicans on the Senate Armed Services Committee to the President's announcement that America's longest war was coming to an end was despicable and revealed that, in their minds, there is never a time to end war.
This month, an article argued the Iraq War was the single worst foreign policy decision in US history. This may be more than just hyperbole.
Dick Cheney is desperately trying to distract from the new NYT evidence against Bush ignoring 9/11 intel by falsely accusing President Obama of ignoring intel, because Obama prefers to read his own intel.