I've got a mess of explorer windows open to various stories that I've been meaning to share, and it's time to close some of them. So here they are:
The Los Angeles Times reports on how fewer than 1,000 soldiers took on much of the Iraqi Army and militia in the heart of Baghdad. An excellent story.
The Washington Post reports on how the FCC is failing to guard the airwaves from foul-mouthed celebrities.
Paul Weyrich of the Free Congress Foundation has some questions for the Islamic terror apologists at the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
National Review's Jim Geraghty writes about the death of one of the anti-America left's cheap shots.
Actor John Rhys-Davies, who portrays Gimli son of Gloin in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, talks about Western civilization and the war against Islamic terrorists. Rhys-Davies' remarks restore some confidence that not all of Hollywood suffers from rectal-cranial impaction. (Link via LGF.)