July 10, 2008

Recommended 7/10

Taranto wades into the Jesse Jackson affair, and the media try to figure out how to report what Jackson said.

Richard Fernandez on Russia and deterrence and the unilateral surrender of deterrence.

VDH on Barack W. Bush

Mary Anastasia O'Grady at the WSJ on why the FARC terrorists had no problem buying the idea that an NGO was willing to help them out. More at Power Line, Campaign Spot and Hot Air on the rescue and the aftermath.

And a great John Hinderaker post on Obama's critique of Americans' foreign language skills.

Disclosure that there have been hundreds of tons of "yellowcake" uranium in Iraq, secured by the U.S. and the U.N. for five years, should be a huge story...you'd think. Nah.

From the "It Can't Happen Here" Department... Honor Killing in Georgia, by Robert Spencer.

Posted by dan at July 10, 2008 10:51 PM