From Rosemary Righter at the Times in London: Since the euphoria of their first chance at the vote last January, thousands of Iraqis have lost limbs and lives at the hands of terrorists and insurgents bent on inciting civil war. They have chafed under a weak, bickering Government that most Iraqis would say has done… Continue reading
From the Times’ coverage of Michael’s Behe’s cross examination in the Dover Case: Under sharp cross-examination by a lawyer for parents who have sued the school district, he said he was untroubled by the broadness of his definition of science and likened intelligent design to the Big Bang theory of the origins of the universe… Continue reading
It’s been way too long since I last cited the always excellent Victor Davis Hanson: We are left only with the U.S. military. It is without much overt public support in Iraq, demonized in Europe, and feared and resented in the Arab world. And yet had American forces lost in Afghanistan, stumbled in Iraq, or… Continue reading
Hanna Rosin is covering the Dover case on “intelligent design” in the Public Schools. And here is an excellent update on the status of Darwin’s theory. One of the most dishonest things about the “intelligent” design crowd is their repeated insistence that there are “problems” with Darwin’s theory. What’s next? Are the public schools supposed… Continue reading
Worth reading. Paul Johnson, on the hatred that never dies.