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WN Blog Day 21: Brecher's Booke Nooke

I’ve been thinking it might be a good idea to do the Sunday blog on war books. The only problem is, there are so many great ones it’s hard to decide which one to start with.

Apr 10, 2011 | Comments (111)

The Koch Brothers: Dark Lords of Derivatives

People don’t seem that interested in talking about Wall Street’s unpunished and ongoing rape of America anymore these days. And that’s too bad. Because Koch Industries has a lot more in common with Wall Street than most people realize.

Apr 9, 2011 | Comments (21)

WN Blog Day 20: Civil War Caturday

Gen. Earl Van Dorn: Dixie girls thought he was handsome, more proof Dixie was insane.   If you ever need to remind yourself that military command isn’t as glamorous as people think, it doesn’t hurt to go over the short,…

Apr 9, 2011 | Comments (41)

WN Blog 19: Video Souvenirs

NOTE: My links are messed up here, I realize. Found out what’s wrong. I’ll have it fixed in tomorrow’s column. Meantime, here’s the link to the video I’m talking about:   I’ve been watching the famous motorcycle-shooting video from Afghanistan,…

Apr 8, 2011 | Comments (38)

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WN Blog 18: RPG vs. BMW

Which’ud Ya Rather Have, A BMW… A couple of the comments on yesterday’s blog were about comparing the RPG-7 and the M2 Carl Gustav Recoilless Rifle. It’s the kind of question I used to love when I talked hardware, but…

Apr 7, 2011 | Comments (73)

WN Blog Day 17: The Swampy Smell of Econ

Ouattara: Whattarya, A Muslim Militant… Things are popping on the comment front.

Apr 6, 2011 | Comments (56)

WN Blog Day 16: One Homme, One Panga

Strange doings in Ivory Coast. Well, no, actually; what’s going on in Ivory Coast is perfectly standard West African procedure. The strange goings-on are in the way the UN has been handling things and the press has been reporting them.

Apr 5, 2011 | Comments (48)