Robert F. Ellsworth gives his estimation of Rumsfeld, the individual and defense secretary. Ellsworth says the neoconservatism Rumsfeld adopted made “planning for any difficulty ideologically unacceptable” on Iraq. Ellsworth was deputy secretary o
Corn diagrams the potential investigative revelations that a newly emboldened Democratic House, and possibly Senate, could unearth. But he warns of potential pitfalls not only for the Democrats, but the nation as well.