Long awaited, but with the excuse that I live in Lexington, Kentucky. Scott has no such defense. This is more or less in order, in the sense that I liked.
Last night we screened Red Dawn at the Patterson School, first of the Spring Film Series. Red Dawn is not... a good movie. Most of us found it entertaining, although.
Random Observation: When I saw Jarhead in Fall 2005, I thought it was quite good. Few others seem to have shared that view, and I didn't think too much about.
One element of Goldstein's argument deserves some more attention. The focus on Will is common to conservative analysis of the Iraq War, and of war in general. Will, it is.
I've been working on this post for close to a year. I return to it every time I watch Battle of Algiers, which I saw last Thursday for the fourth.