Diavlogged with Michael Goldfarb yesterday, but gremlins got into the process somewhere, and only about twelve minutes survived. Here’s a bit from the remnant:
Everyone in the Middle East, apparently, but particularly the Saudis: The administration has long tried in vain to build Arab diplomatic and economic support for the Iraqi government. But the Arabs, l
It’s sad and pathetic, in a truly hilarious kind of way, to watch as Stephen Hayes flails ineffectually at the notion that there was no direct connection between Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda. We&
And when did the Weekly Standard start hiring twelve year olds?
Another day, another bad headline, this one from the UK Guardian (and repeated in many other papers). On the unspeakably horrible bombing in Baghdad today: “Female Suicide Bombers kill 72 people
While we’re on the topic of Slate contrarians, here’s Mickey reacting to the Korb/Katulis/Podesta op-ed: When you write a sentence like: the progress being made at the local level often un
Bird Dog over at Tacitus channels Charles Krauthammer: For me, it’s hard to disagree with Krauthammer and this bleak situation. We need an aggressive policy of regime change for Iran, we need t