AOL is starting to bleed.
Victor Davis Hanson at NRO: “Forget the tales that will come from postbellum Iraq of the liberation of thousands, of decades of mass murder, of Hussein’s destruction of the environment, of the caches of terrible weapons, and of the stability a reformed Iraq will bring for Europe—instead, for Europeans the only story will be bad… Continue reading
Fewer Doctors Providing Abortion: “So why are doctors forgoing this safe, legal, profitable venture? Because the same technology that has made abortion safer, easier, and quicker, has also dramatically changed the relationship between the physician and the fetus.” Read more of this fascinating article here. It seems the march of technology puts a more and… Continue reading
A sober reflection from William Safire this morning: “Both sides of the debate are furiously positioning to cover themselves in case the other side proves right. But the difference is this: Even if the hawks are wrong about Saddam’s treachery, 20 million terrified Iraqis would be freed. If the doves are wrong and their delay… Continue reading
“The fiasco surrounding last year’s Sundance buzz-monster Tadpole —for which Miramax paid $5 million, only to see it wilt unseen in theaters—confirmed suspicions that this festival produces much-lauded films that few people in the lower altitudes really want to watch.” No kidding. Read more (while the Boston Globe link is still accessible). I even have… Continue reading