Monday, October 18, 2004

From blog correspondent Samer al-Batal
A denunciation from Ha'aretz:

Killing children is no longer a big deal

No surprise when you read this follow-up to Iman's case:

Gaza girl death officer cleared

"The investigation did not find that the company or the company commander had acted unethically," an army statement said.
Need one say more?

An intriguing diversity of opinions from the Old Right. Here's a golden nugget from The American Conservative: the conservative cases for each individual candidate of this election year - and for spoiling the ballot also.

Unfortunately, this election does not offer traditional conservatives an easy or natural choice and has left our editors as split as our readership. In an effort to deepen our readers’ and our own understanding of the options before us, we’ve asked several of our editors and contributors to make “the conservative case” for their favored candidate. Their pieces, plus Taki’s column closing out this issue, constitute TAC’s endorsement.
— The Editors

On our blog editor's candidate of choice:

The conservative case for the Libertarian Party’s Michael Badnarik
By Alan W. Bock

You can read all the other available columns by accessing the links on the same page.

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