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I think the burden is on those people who think he didn’t have weapons of mass destruction to tell the world where they are. — Ari Fleischer (July 2003)
Much has already been made of Brooks’ encounter with the Warlord last week and resulting column. Perhaps Karl Rove will enter the Oval Office one day and exclaim “Mr. President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has passed away! It is the miracle of the House of Brandenburg!” On a more serious note, how should the Nation begin to [...]
The question came about 5 minutes into utterly trivial ‘Salt.’ Americans grovel before a larval Counter-Intelligence State (a term the deservedly respected, former DIA veteran John Dziak so aptly used for the Soviet Union). America’s tolerance for militarization and threat-addiction is so high now it shrugs off formerly toxic-level dosages without notice. So why can’t [...]
Years from now, will people really know we ever had a ‘Great Recession?’ How? Will those two words resonate a concrete sense of time and crisis? Or be just another meme football, drawing meaning from shadows cast by shifting contexts? The Great Recession Is Not Happening, Move Along. Keep It Moving. They can’t know because [...]
‘Heh’ (as someone used to blog, circa 2004).