Swiss Bob over at the excellent Daily Politics references an important piece in the Wall Street Journal today by author and former US Marine Bing West. The article is a timely corrective to the corrosive cynicism on display in much of the British press, a spirited defence of a vital mission and the perfect antidote to the constant drumbeat of despair from writers like Simon Jenkins.
It deserves to be read widely, not least by those determined naysayers on the Op-Ed pages for whom the whole thing was a grisly error from the start and for whom it remains the most monstrous and murderous extravagance. I urge you to read it in full.
Huth's 'The Lost Art of Finding Our Way': An odd and very enjoyable book - On my recent foray to New York City, I finished reading John Edward Huth's *The Lost Art of Finding Our Way*. It is best described as an anthropological ...
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