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Monday, March 17, 2003

 
Two-minute warning...

Transcript of the press conference from the Azores summit.

As if they haven't already?

UPI is running a story entitled, "France 'shows its cards': de Villepin".

Investigative journalism at its finest. Pull-ease.

Food for thought...

Martin Gross has an interesting op-ed in the Washington Times about the left's vehement opposition to war with Iraq.

The left is angry and resentful of the string of victories of America under the center-right governments of Ronald Reagan, George Bush Sr., and now under the spiritual-political heir to the mantle of Mr. Reagan, George W. Bush. They intend to see these victories stop, lest the world continue to mimic the democratic free-market capitalism of the United States, especially an America headed by relatively conservative interventionist governments.

The left has witnessed defeat after defeat. They have seen the Soviet Union collapse, to be replaced by a capitalist democratic Russia, creating more than dozen free-market, generally conservative, governments of Eastern Europe. They have witnessed China ? still a totalitarian power ? move inexorably into the capitalist orbit. They have seen one left government of Continental Europe after another fall to center-right governments, whether in Italy, Spain or elsewhere.


An interesting conundrum

Liberals have been bouncing up and down that Miguel Estrada won't answer questions, and Democrats say they can't vote for him because they don't know anything about him. They also claim they know he's a right-wing extremist.

If he's not talking, how do they know that?

Today's links:

The White House
United Press International
The Washington Times


"Today's report confirms that, despite White House scare tactics, Social Security remains sound for decades to come.."

-? Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid (NV) upon hearing reports that the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds will go bankrupt even earlier than predicted.

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