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March 24, 2008

In a front page story yesterday the New York Times devoted 1,500 words to how some pastors would base their Easter Sunday sermons on the...

Not likely. So far, it looks like an enfeebled Bush administration will pass into irrelevance, the Security Council will impose additional ineffectual measures, and Tehran’s...

General Petraeus has told the BBC that Iran was behind the mortar and rocket fire that fell on the Green Zone on Sunday. When are...

Apparently, it's not just rampant in the business world. Résumé fraud, according to this nicely detailed piece, is a problem (a problem since it's being...

If anything positive can be said about Vice-President Dick Cheney’s visit to Israel and the West Bank this weekend, it’s that Cheney perfectly matched expectations...

Nick Kristof presents a subtle version of the "Iraq Recession" fallacy in his latest column. He is at least honest enough to quote Bob Hormats...

And down they go, from the curb to gutter to sewer. I had originally wanted to write about this comment, fresh from the blog of...

No, not that one. This one. Well, we've certainly defined deviancy down lately....

"We are now engaged in a fierce blood-and-fire battle with the Dalai clique, a life-and-death battle between us and the enemy," said Zhang Qingli, the...

Harvard researchers have determined that the broadcasting of American doubt about the war has an “emboldenment effect” on insurgents. Here’s the Washington Times: Periods of intense...

The MSM is convinced that Barack Obama “solved” his Reverend Jeremiah Wright problem and that his lead in the pledged delegate count, coupled with the...

Was the uprising in Tibet predictable? The Times reports today that the Chinese authorities appear to have been caught by surprise. That itself is a...