Phillip Carter

Phillip Carter is an Iraq veteran who now directs the veterans research program at the Center for a New American Security.

Convictions
April 18 2008 3:53 PMA Federal Case?
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April 14 2008 1:31 PMBlame Berkeley
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April 9 2008 4:27 PMCorporate Culpability?
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April 8 2008 3:01 PMMom, Esq.
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April 3 2008 7:55 AMWal-Mart Does Right by the Shanks
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April 2 2008 5:54 AMAnother Stinkin' Memo
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March 31 2008 11:38 PMWall Street, meet the unitary executive
Fixing It
March 31 2008 7:12 AMThe MilitaryHow to fix the U.S. military.
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March 27 2008 4:16 PMA tectonic shift on Wall Street?
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March 26 2008 2:33 PMMcCain Sings the Gitmo Blues
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March 25 2008 5:13 AMA Soldier's Take on Munaf
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March 19 2008 6:37 PMHLS moves to encourage public service
Politics
March 18 2008 6:40 PMHow Did I Get Iraq Wrong?I'm proud of my service there, but now it's time for us to leave.
War Stories
Jan. 9 2008 7:39 PMDeadly DiyalaThe war in Iraq grinds on.
War Stories
Nov. 2 2007 6:46 PMRaw DataThe dark side of Iraq's good news.
Convictions
April 15 2008 12:13 PMObama fires a shot across the bow of the Bush administration's lawyers
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April 11 2008 9:43 AMBlackberries Be Gone!
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April 9 2008 1:24 PM"Part Time" as Legal Fiction
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April 4 2008 11:22 AMContractor To Be Court-Martialed in Iraq
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April 2 2008 2:18 PMMore Than a Fig Leaf
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April 1 2008 6:12 AMSo much for that Art. I clause . . .
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March 31 2008 11:23 PMFeels great; less billing
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March 28 2008 10:40 PMRemember SOX!
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March 26 2008 4:41 PMIs more regulation the answer?
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March 26 2008 2:12 PMA B.I.G. Hoax?
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March 22 2008 10:50 AMTwo Strikes and You're Violent?
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March 19 2008 5:24 AMWar and democracy
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March 17 2008 7:54 AMAbove the Law?
War Stories
Nov. 7 2007 7:24 AMI Want You … BadlyA complete guide to Uncle Sam's recruiting incentives.
Jurisprudence
Oct. 22 2007 6:43 PMAll WetWhy can't we renounce waterboarding once and for all?

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