Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Wednesday digest

- A coule of UN do-gooders have now become part of the collateral damage file in the Mideast conflict. Why the surprise? When you insert yourself into a war zone, this kind of stuff is likely to happen. Perhaps this will remind international organizations that you can't play peacemaker when there's no peace to keep.

- Time for a reality check for those who would pin all the trouble in the Middle East on W., including the NYT and other media.

- Here's a giant headshake which basically wonders why the Dems can't get their act together. Part of the reason is because Americans, generally speaking, distrust the NAACP and teachers' unions, to name two major components of the Democratic base.

- More on the most desperate attempt in years to make a name for oneself, here, and no, I'm not talking about Noam Chomsky's latest diatribe (that is, of course, going to be lapped up by all the twenty-something Kool-Aid drinkers whose capacity for critical thinking AND credibility disappeared the minute they put on their made-in-China Che T-shirt).

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