Sam Rosenfeld at Tapped catches this in the Washington Post: The Pentagon’s last hope of flight-testing critical new elements of an antimissile system, before activating the system this autumn
Everybody say hi to frequent commenter Erik’s new blog, Alterdestiny. Make sure to ask him what the hell the title means, and why an old school lefty like him is using such a New-Agey name.
What to think about Chechnya and Beslan? Having a blog gives me the opportunity to ruminate at length. . . The Chechen situation provokes some difficult questions about terrorism. Various Russian stat
In a recent article in which self-parody and self-congratulation fought each other to a draw, Prof. Reynolds made the following statement: The press has been in the tank for Kerry to a degree that is
Great, non-baseball thread at USS Mariner. Make sure to read the comments as well, in particular for a discussion of how an eighty foot tall robot can transform himself into a handgun. Here is how th
So long to a few of the remaining vestiges of democracy in Russia: He said he would propose legislation abolishing the election of local governors by popular vote. Instead, they would be nominated by
Tim Lambert has more on the article inexplicably discussed by the Times: The trouble with their study is that the economy was stronger under Clinton than under either Bush, so of course the reporting
In the midst of another dissection of Michelle Malkin’s book, In Defense of the Indefensible, David Neiwert coins a useful term for the most common form of conservative argument: Malkin, in fa