I’m on way to do some backpacking in my native Pacific Northwest and may not return to the blog for as much as two weeks. Bearing in mind Andrew Card’s famous dictum in the run-up to the Iraq war, “From… Continue Reading
I’m on way to do some backpacking in my native Pacific Northwest and may not return to the blog for as much as two weeks. Bearing in mind Andrew Card’s famous dictum in the run-up to the Iraq war, “From… Continue Reading →
Today’s quotation in the Financial Times attributed to Danielle Pletka, the Vice President for Foreign and Defense Policy Studies of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), was a stunner. “If we …begin to sanction foreign companies through more stringent sanctions in… Continue Reading →
Does former UN Amb. John Bolton – now with the neo-conservative American Enterprise Institute (AEI) — still speak for Dick Cheney? The new British government of Prime Minister Gordon Brown must be scratching its collective head over that question given… Continue Reading →
Do neo-conservatives believe that Bush can be as easily intimidated by their rhetorical rage as he is seduced by their lavish praise? It would seem so, at least at 1150 17th St., N.W., where both the American Enterprise Institute (AEI)… Continue Reading →
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