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Friday, February 13, 2004

TGIF: Krauthammer, Jacoby and Hanson

Charles Krauthammer asks the question no one has dared to say: "Why have we not been attacked again?"

Jeff Jacoby accuses John Kerry of expedience and "shifty opportunism." (Along these same lines, see JTA's report on Kerry's appeals to Jewish and Arab voters.)

Victor Davis Hanson takes on the fantasy world of a variety of American, Middle Eastern and European pundits: "what many people are writing and saying is not quite plausible - or even what they themselves privately believe to be true" -- and knocks it all out with one sentence . . . of reality.