Month: June 2006

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Many people I spoke to about seeing the Lourve pretty much said that it wasn’t terribly exciting. I guess it’s sort of like Citizen Kane; once a reputation reaches a certain point a lot of people are inevitably going to be disappointed. But granting that if I could only see one Paris museum in a […]

What’s the Point?

In General
On June 22, 2006
One has to wonder what the point of this editorial is. Carter and Perry assert that the United States ought to attack North Korea in an effort to prevent the launch of the Taepodong II ballistic missile. What this would accomplish is unclear. One does not test a missile unless the likelihood of success is […]
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