*Intelligence Fiasco Footnote, at the WSJ. Bottom line: the NIE report was disingenuous by its own standards, since we have known about the hidden reactor at Qom since 2006.
*Fuck Keith Olbermann. Man, I love writing that.
*The Power of Payback, by Victor Davis Hanson.
“The Greeks remind us that when success and bounty arrive, then, especially, it is time to be self-effacing, modest, generous, and forgiving. If not, retribution follows—whether because human nature dictates that the crowd wishes misfortune upon the haughty, or, as I confess that I believe, there is a sort of divine force that seeks to remind us of our own folly and can only do that in appropriately dramatic and timely fashion.”
“The U.S.’s job is expensive, dangerous, and unpopular. But our role largely explains a half-century of unprecedented global prosperity — and, so far, the absence of World War III.
In contrast, the more Obama blurs the difference between allies and enemies, the more he depresses the former and encourages the latter.”
*More on the Obama administrations odious decision to sign on to the UN resolution limiting free speech at Classical Values.
*The New Era of Big Government, by Gary Andres.
*Congress fails to remove Charlie Rangel from his position as Chair of the House Ways and Means committee because, according to Maxine Waters, everyone in Congress is just as corrupt.
“I want to tell you, there are many members who, if you go back over all of their records, over all of the years, you’re going to find that there were disclosures that were not made.”
*Your Daily Dose of Awesome: Drag Queen Cage Fighters kick a little homophobe ass.