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National Suicide, My Ass

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On May 23, 2008
It’s difficult for me to express just how moronic this column is: THIS MAY sound like an extreme conclusion but, as Ari Bar Yossef, retired lieutenant-colonel and administrator of the Knesset’s Security Committee, writes in the army journal Ma’arachot, such cases of Islamist national suicide are not uncommon. He cites three such examples of Arab-Muslim […]

Troubled Times at the Baltimore Sun…

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On April 12, 2008
Really, was it wise to publish Matt Duss so soon after the Scott Templeton fiasco? Makes me wonder if there’s even a place called “Iraq”; seriously, does anyone believe that “Fred and Kimberly Kagan” are actually real people? Isn’t it more likely that Duss simply manufactured them from whole cloth? Share

Poor Stephen Hayes…

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On March 15, 2008

It’s sad and pathetic, in a truly hilarious kind of way, to watch as Stephen Hayes flails ineffectually at the notion that there was no direct connection between Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda. We&

Not Confused…

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On February 8, 2008
SecDef Gates: “I worry that for many Europeans the missions in Iraq and Afghanistan are confused,” Mr. Gates said as he flew here to deliver an address at an international security conference. “I think that they combine the two,” he added. “Many of them, I think, have a problem with our involvement in Iraq and […]

Kerik’s Contribution

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On November 10, 2007
Via Drum, John McCain: “I don’t know Mr. Kerik. I do know that I went to Baghdad shortly after the initial victory and met in Baghdad with (Ambassador Paul) Bremer and (Lt. Gen. Ricardo) Sanchez. And Kerik was there. Kerik was supposed to be there to help train the police force. He stayed two months […]
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