Friday, July 16, 2004

Early reading assignments

Here are some must-reads to start you off.  First, Denis Boyles with his always-interesting and usually amusing run-down on what the European press is griping about.
Next, the indispensible Victor Hanson on the costs of war.
Also, John Howard is a stalwart ally of the US and a true leader.  He is the Prime Minister of Australia and has been part of what Kerry calls the "fraudulent coalition" since President Bush announced his intention to go after the terrorists in the wake of 9-11.  Today, Howard's main deputy, Australian Foreign Minister Alexander Downer, has this op-ed in the Wall Street Journal.
And, to keep you busy for a bit, Charles Krauthammer blasts the ICJ for its preposterous ruling on the West Bank Fence.

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