July 26, 2004
This is interesting

A new scenario regarding the Berger pilfering incidents. I'm not sure what I think of all of this. Berger's contention that his actions were simply a result of "sloppiness" doesn't hold water. The possiblity that Berger was pilfering drafts of the millennum report with embarrassing handwritten notes in the margins sounds like a possibility. This […]

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July 21, 2004
Playing catch-up

Today's New York Times finally catches up with the rest of the major media by putting a Sandy Berger story on page A1. Being a day late, the Times report focuses on the fact that Berger quit his unpaid advisory position to Sen. John Kerry's presidential campaign. If you think the Times doesn't have an impact […]

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July 20, 2004
Democrats can do no wrong

That is, if you're an editor at The New York Times. When the news broke late yesterday that President Clinton's National Security Adviser, Sandy Berger, had gotten sloppy with classified information, the blogosphere jumped on it. What I found most interesting, however, was how the various media outlets covered it. Or more accurately, didn't cover […]

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July 13, 2004
In case you missed it

Media darling Joseph Wilson is a liar.

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November 6, 2003
Playing politics with national security

The best analysis I've seen thus far of the leaked memo that outlined Democrat plans to use the intelligence committee -- historically a nonpartisan zone -- comes from Steven Den Beste. Dewey decided that it was more important to defeat the Germans and Japanese than to defeat Roosevelt. He decided that it was more important […]

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July 19, 2002
Our "strategic partners" the Chinese

The Washington Times Bill Gertz reports today that the U.S.is penalizing eight Chinese firms for exporting germ-weapons materials and missile technology to countries like Iran. The sales occurred between September 2000 and October 2001 and violated the Iran-Iraq Nonproliferation Act of 1992. The act mandates sanctions against companies or governments that make sales that "could […]

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