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As of now, Iranian President Mahmood Ahmadinejad is scheduled to arrive in Lebanon on October 13, and to conduct a joint appearance with Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah on October 14. The situation is very tense and provocative. Ahmadinejad will go to South Lebanon as...

Was traveling all day, and of course, stuff happened: Sneaky little Scott Ashjian, or whatever his name is, proved that he is a sneak by secretly taping a conversation with Sharron Angle, and then leaking it to the Man.  The real shocker is that Angle,...

Harry Reid has a failed record on Iraq for which he never has been held accountable. Reid voted for the war, then falsely claimed he was misled, then tried to defund the war, then declared the war lost, and then stubbornly refused to acknowledge the...

Travel plans once again took me away from the world most of the day, but I did catch a glimpse of Dave Weigel’s piece, Sarah Palin’s strange, unprofessional and paranoid grudge, in which he excoriates Sarah Palin for complaining that a reporter writing a book...

I’m glad I spent most of yesterday traveling, so that I missed much of the blogospheric tsunami regarding Rand Paul’s libertarian views on the virtue of the federal government banning racial discrimination in private businesses. Where I come down on the issue is that the...

Clark Hoyt, “The Public Editor” at The NY Times, apparently doesn’t know when he is being used. Or at least Hoyt didn’t know it when he reacted to a complaint from the Electronic Intifada website that Ethan Bronner, The Times’ Jerusalem bureau Chief (an American)...

Martha Coakley attended a lobbyist fundraiser in Washington, D.C. last night, at which she received bundled donations from dozens of health care lobbyists and Washington insiders. Coakley, when questioned about the fundraiser, said that it originally was planned as a unity event: “We planned an...

Pete Hoekstra (R-MI) commented soon after the attempted bombing of an airplane over Detroit that the Obama administration needed to do a better job at connecting the dots regarding terror threats from Yemen: “People have got to start connecting the dots here and maybe this...

So says Matthew Yglesias, in a post titled Not So Scary “Terror” (emphasis mine): Obviously, people shouldn’t be lighting anything on fire inside airplanes. That said, all the big Christmas airline incident really shows to me is how little punch our dread terrorist adversaries really...

I thought we weren’t allowed to talk this way when dealing with foreigners: “It’s a battle — we’re going to win — take no prisoners,” the first lady said with a smile at a roundtable discussion with reporters in the White House State Dining Room....
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