March 22, 2005


I don’t have time to write anything exciting tonight, but I don’t want to leave you with nothing. So here’s some linkage.

Ace of Spades says his intitial reaction to September 11 was wrong. So was mine for the first week or so, until I found my way out of the freaky Chomskyite hole I briefly crawled into. Ace and I erred in exactly opposite ways. It’s a good thing he and I didn’t battle anything out in person at the time. We both would have been wrong, and we both would have been jerks about it.

Nelson Ascher wonders why Erwin Rommell, a Nazi, is frequently praised as a brilliant general while Ariel Sharon is not.

Dean Esmay starts a worthwhile argument with his libertarian and conservative friends.

Posted by Michael J. Totten at March 22, 2005 11:19 PM
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