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Over dinner recently, a friend of mine mused that "at least it's not as
bad as the McCarthy era." Perhaps not.
In Baghdad this week, one Mohammed Mohsen Zubaidi, an Iraqi businessman
with ties to the Iraqi National Congress, has shown up claiming to be
the city's governor.
(A preventive-war anthem sung to the tune of "Trees," by Joyce
Kilmer, with piano accompaniment)
The arrest and long-term imprisonment of dozens of dissidents in Cuba
and the rapid execution of three men who had attempted to hijack a boat
On the second day of the invasion of Iraq, US commandos seized two Iraqi
offshore oil terminals in the Persian Gulf, capturing their defenders
without a fight.
Even before US troops arrived in Baghdad, looting broke out--in
Now that the war has been won, is it permissible to suggest that our emperor has no clothes?
Paul Wolfowitz is busy turning history on its head.
A well-trained army can depose a dictator. But changing a regime is another matter.
At the center of our moral life are the great stories of those who have said no.