Apr 22, 2007


Link. "After the attacks of Sept. 11, President George W. Bush forcefully argued that it was every country's duty to fight international terrorism. He made the case that sponsoring terrorism or simply looking the other way when it happened were equivalent acts, and the United States would stand for neither. But holes have started appearing in that principle, courtesy of a single Venezuelan terrorist, released this week from a New Mexico prison on bail."

Jazz for people who hate jazz.

The Costanza Doctrine.

Hot books for Summer 2007.

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