Month: November 2010

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Robert Kelly, who teaches at Pusan National University, explains why South Korea’s threats of “enormous retaliation” against the North are, for now at least, probably empty rhetoric – despite the fact that as Dan Nexon points out, South Korea has DPRK outmatched in terms of firepower. Kelly argues: This probably won’t escalate, because the South […]

How not to help your cause

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On November 24, 2010

Turns out one of Goldstein’s brood took exception to my previous post and attempted to refute it by making a series of patently idiotic claims.  For example: But Scott could at least have had t

Hack of the Day

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On November 24, 2010

Matt Bai. Bai is a sucker for Villager conventional wisdom, so his preoccupations vary. But one consistent theme in his work is a belief in the principled anti-government stance of the American popula

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Seems About Right

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On November 24, 2010
Your new Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin, ladies and gentlemen: Regarding the “Ground Zero Mosque,” Rubin told us 3,000 Americans were killed at the Burlington Coat Factory at West Broadway and Park Place, and that by supporting it the Left was “advertising its own intellectual crack-up and unfitness to govern.” When Mel Gibson was famously […]

The Daily Tucker

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On November 23, 2010

Obviously, Carlson was upset that his ranking on the Hack 30 was too low. Point conceded! He may want his Very Serious Publication to stick to “scoops” about how liberal journalists say li

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