I haven't seen this article cited elsewhere, but Jane Hamsher points to the inspiration for MoveOn's "Betray Us" headline, about which many an indignant fist has been shaken today.After being.
Matt hits the nail on the head:And reading Pollack & Pascual write about it, on some level I agree with them. As they say, probably if we made a big.
For nearly forty years, a prophecy -- known only to the clerics of Outer Wingnuttia -- has foretold the arrival of the One True Redeemer, a Chosen One who will.
This post by Greg Djerejian on the now legendary O'Hanlon/Pollack op-ed is really indispensable; Greg takes them to task on their lack of hard evidence, reliance on impression, and apparent.
Michael O'Hanlon and Kenneth Pollack's New York Times op-ed is a litany of utter dishonesty and misrepresentation; like Matt, I'm wondering whether any of the Democratic candidates will step up.
Sam Dagher at the CSM has a good article on the potential detrimental effect of having large numbers of US troops in close quarters with Iraqi civilians. Invariably, in a.
Here's what I love about the wingnut-o-sphere:Step 1: Read on Instapundit that "the surge is working." Step 2: Learn (via Rubble Boy's link)that former Bush/Cheney webmaster claims in a Townhall.
At some point within the manly space that is the wingnutosphere, it became fashionable to talk about things like war with Iraq or the Surge in terms of long odds..