I'm going to be offline for a few days, so I thought I should post something with plenty of heft and food for thought. The brutally logical and insightful dissection of the New York Times' disgraceful editorial (HT:HH) by--who else?--Victor Davis Hanson, should suffice. It's lengthy, yet without a wasted word.
If you'd like to go further, this grim analysis by James Jay Carafano compacts the same message bluntly and succinctly.
Michael Yon's Iraq reporting is always valuable reading. It's shameful that none of his gritty news makes the MSM cut. That's probably because he highlights our military progress and successes rather than the setbacks and failures.
Whenever I'd like to finish a stretch of sober reading with a chuckle, Mark Steyn's byline is the place to go.
Happy weekend, all.