A Story from Iraq That We Fervently Hope Is True; Kerry's Election Prospects; and An Interesting Thought Piece
Who knows if this story from the New York Post is true, but I sure hope so. A tip of the hat to Hugh Hewitt for finding it.
Speaking of Mr. Hewitt, here's a link to his blog for today. He has some interesting observations about Sen. Kerry's prospects. Hugh Hewitt is very partisan and sometimes, I think, sees the news in a little rosier light for the GOP than is warranted. But I do think the race is still Bush's to lose.
Finally, here is a David Brooks piece from the New York Times (he is one of the Times' two conservative columnists) about the current state of division in the USA. It's a pretty interesting and thoughtful analysis of why we are so divided.
I'll be doing only limited posting today, but should be back to my more obsessive typing by tomorrow. (I only spend about 15-20 minutes a day on this thing. Honest!)
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