: Die Zeit in Germany talks to U.N. weapons inspectors and if my translation is correct (never a good bet; correct me if I’m wrong), they say that peace would have been possible through inspection but that they were hurt by France’s, Germany’s, and Russia’s refusal to back military force; that took the “teeth” out of their authority; it was “crazy.”
Posts from April 1, 2003
Even reporters are human
: Lt. Smash has a great story of a CNN correspondent moved by the humanity of the soldiers around him.
: A Jeff Greenfield report on blogs — including this one — is scheduled to be on CNN tonight between 10 and sometime after midnight (news notwithstanding).
: Glenn Reynolds is supposed to be on CNN next. He should always have such an easy act to follow.
: In the Jerusalem Post, Daniel Pipes and Jonathan Calt Harris report that Prof. Nicholas De Genova isn’t the only Columbia faculty member who is a “self-hating American.” There’s quite a dirty laundry list. They conclude: “This self-hatred points to an intellectual crisis at a school long considered one of the country’s best.”
: Andrea Harris takes on Dave Winer, AKA “you sorry-ass excuse for a human being never mind American,” on war. Click and enjoy.
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Now this is war…
: The Times of London translates a Le Monde poll that says…
…only a third of the French felt that they were on the same side as the Americans and British, and that another third desired outright Iraqi victory over