Friday, March 16, 2007


The stunning inability of the New York Times to find enough bad news from Iraq leads them to manufacture some: the increased US military presence in Baghdad means that even though US deaths in Iraq have fallen significantly since the surge started, the percentage of deaths in Baghdad is up.

Today's Iraq report from Bill Roggio, including a focus on Diyala and attacks within Baghdad, and negotiations with Sadr's forces to lay down their arms.

James Dobson creeps out Dean Barnett.

Massive protests over Airbus job cuts.

Is global warming nothing more than politics? Also, Michael Crichton debates the topic.

HamNation on the fairest and fluffiest news coverage around.

Is Pete Rose still lying, to try to get a shot at reinstatement in baseball?

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