The cable news performance we're witnessing this crucial week is a case study in hysteria, onanism and pomposity that would make the authors of the First Amendment cry.
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There's nothing about a next 9/11 that a victory in Iraq would rule out.
The idea, see, is that people all over the world could use the google to find the nucular needles in that docstack. And it wikiworked!
The center is where most of the country actually is, right now. Don't listen to the gasbags and the losers. Look at the exit polls.
Kiss-and-tell books can get decent advances, but when authors confront the consequences of bean-spilling, an insidious self-censorship can chill the urge to confess.
Defense Department officials have come up with genuinely euphonious options: "Go Big, Go Long, Go Home."
What do President Bush and the national turkey have in common? They both received Thanksgiving pardons from President Bush.
For nearly six years, a supine press has given the Bush Administration veto-power over nomenclature. With any luck, the neo-Stalinist era of American political discourse is ending.
I think I have a way out of Iraq. Ok, so here's his lifeline: the first, real, true, clear, explicitly-stated mission for invading Iraq was to find Saddam's WMD. Mission complete!
I called Chalab to see if he was interested in running Iraq, but his voicemail gave a number for him in Teheran, and I don't care what the Baker group says, I'm not going to talk to Iran.
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