Cap’n Crunch is quite excited by Nouri al-Maliki’s visit to Tikrit: The personal appeal, coming directly to the heart of Saddam’s former power base, is a spectacular move by Maliki.
While checking the stats on his Ameritrade account, Larry Kudlow experiences a sudden rush of blood to the groin: And what’s more, this global stock market boom signifies a major defeat for al Qaeda
Bush just stated in his press conference that if the Iraqi government wants us to leave, we will leave. This echoes Sen. McConnell’s previous comment I spoke of earlier that we’ll gladly p
Tom Tomorrow got his hands on a declassified slide presentation given to Bush and Rumsfeld by the US Central Command in the Fall of 2002. Some notable excerpts: -By Spring of 2005, they expected to ha
Henry, I think, has the best take I’ve read on Jon Chait’s netroots article. Chait’s take is actually pretty good in many respects, but is also marred by his unwillingness to believe
Vice President Cheney: “What’s most troubling about Senator Reid’s comments yesterday is his defeatism,” said Mr. Cheney. “And the timetable legislation that he is now pursuing w
Gulf Times, via Juan Cole: Lieutenant-Colonel Scott Bleichwehl said troops, facing scattered resistance, discovered a factory that produced “explosively formed penetrators” (EFPs), a particularly
Kingdaddy makes an interesting comparison: If you look at Japan then, and the United States now, you might see some familiar faces. A determined faction of aggrieved nationalists, having gambled the n