Instapundit reports that Gary Hart is blogging. Skeptic that I am, I note that the sidebar says, “Questions pertaining to this blog can be emailed to: kevin at garyhartnews dot com.” So. Is it Gary or is it a staffer

Saddam and Syria, sittin’ in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G. First comes love, then comes marriage, then come “dozens of volunteers, primarily Palestinians from the refugee camps in Lebanon, [crossing] over into Iraq through Syrian-controlled border posts” in a baby carriage. OK,

I blogged a while back about a lousy 60 Minutes story about the tort reform bill. Here’s an open letter to Mike Wallace from ATLA’s president, in response. Among other things, the letter says: “A Gannett News Service examination of

Instapundit links to Lileks’ rant [in part] about the BBC approaching war coverage from an arabist point of view. It doesn’t surprise me, and it doesn’t concern me. Britain has perennially been arabist in nature. Lovers of history will recall

Ever’body wantsta get inna de act [apologies to Jimmy Durante]: Coalition forces have come under fire from Iranian military units across the border from Iraq, British commandos said. Iranian anti-aircraft gun emplacements and fixed machine-gun posts have opened fire sporadically

A fellow named Fred Nicholson seems awfully upset at my blogging the photos of the relatively moribund anti-war rally yesterday in Knoxville. Let’s see what he has to say, kids: Am I right? Do you feel that by bludgeoning anyone