Thursday, January 13, 2005

Thursday night reading suggestions 

James Robbins provides a brief useful overview of the forces which want the Iraqi elections to be delayed. He also takes to task the CIA man who think bin Laden is safer at large than either killed or captured.

Powerline has an excellent first-hand account from an American Navy Commander involved in the aid effort in Indonesia.

Pundit Guy has more on vlogging - that's video blogging for uninitiated, the internet's next frontier.

Charles Simmins continues to count American donations to the tsunami relief: here's the latest list (in PDF); here is a chart of corporate donations; and here's Charles's discussion of the donations and the Hollywood left.

Considerettes notes the silence of the lambs, as left-wing blogs keep mum about the Rathergate report.

Ukraine's opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko writes an open letter to the Russian people: "Kremlin Bureaucrats Lost Ukraine, But Russia Won" (hat tip: Dan).

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross argues now is the window of opportunity for both Bush and Allawi to address their nations.

And Crossroads Arabia notes a rare devolution of responsibility from the Saudi state to the individual.


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