November 22, 2007

Recommended 11/22

Kenneth Anderson at Telos Press on the Madrid bombing verdicts

Rough treatment lately for Paul Krugman of the Times. Greg Mankiw, Ruth Marcus in the Washington Post, and Donald Luskin are looking for some intellectual consistency from him on Social Security. Mark Levin roasts the former Enron advisor on the Reagan-as-racist dustup, and well...Taranto doesn't really count, because he's on Krugman's case three times a week.

The Journal has two excellent pieces on the upcoming Annapolis meetings on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: First, Jeff Robbins on missed opportunities and shared blame. And from Tuesday, Bret Stephens says Annapolis is an example of how not to do diplomacy.

Some gruesome details have come to light in the case of the suicide-bombing attempt on the life of Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto. (scroll to end of article)

Are the stem-cell wars over?

Posted by dan at November 22, 2007 12:29 AM