If he weren't merely fulfilling one of the emptiest of right-wing obligations for seeking the presidency, I'd have to nominate this as about the most objectively ahistorical thing I've heard.
Peter Rodman:Military historians seem to be converging on a consensus that by the end of 1972, the balance of forces in Vietnam had improved considerably, increasing the prospects for South.
I suppose it's comforting to see the President continues to know fuck-all about the American war in Vietnam.On Wednesday in Kansas City, Missouri, Bush will tell members of the Veterans.
So Dean Barnett is speaking in tongues again:In the 1960s, history called the Baby Boomers. They didn't answer the phone.Confronted with a generation-defining conflict, the cold war, the Boomers--those, at.
Nearly everything worth saying about this week's Parents Involved decision has probably already been covered in previous threads (and elsewhere), but I want to highlight one piece of relevant historical.
Peter Rodman and William Shawcross had an op-ed in the New York Times on Thursday that was staggeringly mendacious even for neo-conservatives. First, we have the Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer defense,.
( . . . for anyone who thought this post title was clever, it was -- when Scott first used it back in November . . . My bad!)The laughing-stock.
"Holy shit" doesn't quite describe this piece in McKristol's Quarterly Concern, wherein the author not only fails to spell Thomas Hobbes' name correctly even once, but also dishes out exactly.