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Malkin’s year-in-review: 2007 photo album

By Michelle Malkin  •  December 31, 2007 12:46 PM

Update: One more for you–a heartbreaking reminder of the sacrifices so many American families made this year for our country.

Last week, I shared a few favorite Baghdad photos I took in January. Here are a few more noteworthy images from 2007 that I won’t soon forget:

Michael Yon’s iconic image of hope and unity in Iraq:


I took this photo of Col. Harry Riley at theGathering of Eagles in September:


Took these at the protest outside Columbia University during Mahmoudapalooza:

Shiri Negari

The seditious, baby-dropping Olympia protesters:



Rosie O’Donnell’s Truther fan club:

Hat tip: LGF



The shamnesty bill (thicker than the Bible):


Graham’s shamnesty tantrum:

Sen. Switchback:

The shamnesty gang laughing it up (via Boston.com):


The Mo bear jihad (via Daily Mail):


Protesting the Annapolis folly:


Code Pink defaces Berkeley military recruitment office:


Move America Forward counter-protesting the Code Pinko crowd in Berkeley:


Giving thanks:


Forward InvocationU.S. service members with 2nd Marine Logistics Group (Forward) and various other units bow their heads in prayer during the invocation to celebrate the Marine Corps’ 232nd birthday on Camp Taqaddum, Iraq, Nov. 10, 2007. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Michael J. O’Brien.

Previous year-in-review posts:

Malkin’s year-in-review: Notable quotables, Pt I.

Malkin’s year-in-review: The surge, the military, and the media

Year-in-review: All the ghoulish abortion propaganda that’s fit to print.

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