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Archive for January, 2004

Posted by Mark on January 29, 2004

Missing the Point

Two significant editorials from The Wall Street Journal on what David Kay has really said. If all you watch is CNN, you didn’t hear it.

Claudia Rosette fills in the blanks.

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Posted by Mark on January 28, 2004

The Hutton Report: The Baathist Broadcasting Corporation Gets its ComeuppanceOkay I admit it. I am positively gleeful about this story. But apparently I’m not alone.

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Posted by Mark on January 28, 2004

New Chief Sets Out to Redesign a Stretched-Thin Army
Haven’t heard much about the new Army Chief of Staff. That’s good. He’s quietly making a huge impact on our armed forces. And no one knows how to pronounce his name….

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Posted by Mark on January 28, 2004

Missing the Point
Two significant editorials from The Wall Street Journal on what David Kay has really said. If all you watch is CNN, you didn’t hear it.
Claudia Rosette fills in the blanks.

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Posted by Mark on January 27, 2004

An Excellent, Well Reasoned Case for Taking out Saddam, November 1997

“While our actions should be thoughtfully and carefully determined and structured, while we should always seek to use peaceful and diplomatic means to resolve serious problems before resorting to force, and while we should always seek to take significant international actions on a multilateral rather than a unilateral basis whenever that is possible, if in the final analysis we face what we truly believe to be a grave threat to the well-being of our Nation or the entire world and it cannot be removed peacefully, we must have the courage to do what we believe is right and wise.

I believe this is such a situation, Mr. President. It is a time for resolve. “

Senator John F Kerry, on the Senate Floor.

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Posted by Mark on January 27, 2004

Michael Ledeen on the continuing war.

Great look at the widening war on Terrorism, and where the next Front may be.

A Question: Who do you think the Muslim Terrorists are praying will win the November Presidential Elections? And how does an honest answer to that influence your own vote?

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Posted by Mark on January 26, 2004

An Excellent, Well Reasoned Case for Taking out Saddam, November 1997

“While our actions should be thoughtfully and carefully determined and structured, while we should always seek to use peaceful and diplomatic means to resolve serious problems before resorting to force, and while we should always seek to take significant international actions on a multilateral rather than a unilateral basis whenever that is possible, if in the final analysis we face what we truly believe to be a grave threat to the well-being of our Nation or the entire world and it cannot be removed peacefully, we must have the courage to do what we believe is right and wise.
I believe this is such a situation, Mr. President. It is a time for resolve. “

Senator John F Kerry, on the Senate Floor.

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Posted by Mark on January 26, 2004

Michael Ledeen on the continuing war.
Great look at the widening war on Terrorism, and where the next Front may be.
A Question: Who do you think the Muslim Terrorists are praying will win the November Presidential Elections? And how does an honest answer to that influence your own vote?

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Posted by Mark on January 20, 2004

The Iowa Caucuses:Then and Now

The Media Research Center compares Caucus Coverage of 2000 and 2004. Ah, what a difference 4 years and a Republican in the White House makes.

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Posted by Mark on January 20, 2004

Libya’s Nuclear Program: Ready to Wear Nukes

In the midst of Iowa and the State of the Union, a story like this can get lost in the shuffle. It should’nt. Here’s a quote:

“What was found in Libya marks a new stage in proliferation,” said one knowledgeable source. “Libya was buying what was available. And what is available, the centrifuges, are close to turnkey facilities. That’s a new challenge. Libya was buying something that’s ready to wear.”

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