Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Tuesday reading - Iraq, terror, and the rest of the world 


Some people just can't wait to run down the Iraqi election - Tim Blair
fisks two usual suspects.
Mohammed at Iraq the Model blogs about
"the day after" - a must read.

At Blackfive, an email from an
USAF photographer in Sadr City.

La Shawn Barber writes about
Iraq's gain and the NAACP's shame.

Steve Vincent guestblogs about the election at the Adventures of Chester.

What a
great presentation of images of the Iraqi election (.wmv file) (hat tip: Jim Robbins).

The Fourth Rail castigates the media for promoting
silly comparisons between Iraq and Vietnam.

GeoPolitical Review has
ten observations about Iraqi election.


Truly scary: Daveed Gartenstein-Ross at the Counter-terrorism Blog reports that Islamic radicals are
tracking down Christians who debate politics and religion on PalTalk Chat Service.

Iran wants to celebrate "Death to America" day at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center. Read the
letter of protest from Iran of Tomorrow Movement (link in PDF) (hat tip: Robert C.)

The rest of the world:

At Polipundit, an Army Reserve officer
defends the morale of the troops.

John Hawkins from Right Wing News gets together with blogger & radio talk show host Hugh Hewitt, author of "Blog", La Shawn Barber from La Shawn Barber's Corner, and blogger & political consultant Karol Sheinin from Alarming News to discuss
blogger ethics and the future of blogging.

Joe Gandelman drives 1,300 miles in 3 and a half days to
Auschwitz. A moving account.

John Rosenthal has a photoblog essay on
anti-American nights in Paris. How romantic.

Decision '08 stumbles onto
an alternative universe where Michael Moore is not worshipped by the "progressives".

Fausta at the Bad Hair Blog is
still revulsed by the Spanish anti-Semite PĂ©rez-Reverte.

Eric's Random Musings is pursuing the story of Army recruiters prevented from coming onto campus - in
two parts.


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