The CRIB's periodically fugacious concerning all things political ...
- I have not been a fervent supporter of Bush 43 since the end of his second year in office, his unbridled spending and repeated failure to veto disturbed me .... however, we're about to draw the drapes on the Bush mausoleum and forget this somewhat unpleasant component of our history.
But along comes Philip Klein with a well-written and well-justified tribute to one of the lamest ducks in that history. [American Spectator]
- This may put the quietus on Hillary's confirmation as SOS ... one that even Slick Willie may not be able to circumvent. [FOX News]
- More effort to lay war crimes at the feet of Bush 43 and those in or formerly in his administration. [Classical Values]
- Now this is disturbing ...Government investigators digging into the grim hidden history of mass political executions in South Korea have confirmed that dozens of children were among many thousands shot by their own government early in the Korean War.And there's apparently evidence our military was complicit in some of the horror! Damn! [Yahoo! News]
- BREAKING: The United States of America started the Pacific part of WWII. [Maggies Farm via Dan Ford]
- Ezra Levant offers a timely reminder of John Milton's relationship to freedom from censorship ... "give me liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely according to conscience." [Financial Post; Ezra Levant]
- "I thot I saw a Twitter Bird? I did! I did! I saw a Twitter Bird." Conservatives Unit! [TCOT; h/t Urban Conservative]