Is The New York Times inciting a U.S. war against Iran? As it did the war against Iraq?

A decade ago, the paper's Judith Miller, along with a few of her fellow reporters, so unabashedly agitated for President George W. Bush attacking Iraq that the daily was forced to fire her when things turned sour in short order.

Take the large front-page article, on Jan. 12, with the headline "A Trail of Bullet Casings Leads From Africa's Wars Back to Iran." A photo of what appear to be the bottoms of two bullets topped it, with the caption "Iranian-made cartridges recovered from the northern Ivory Coast, of a type found in several African countries."