JR Dunn's "The Surge Succeeds" at American Thinker:
"It's now quite clear how the results of the surge will be dealt with by domestic opponents of the Iraq war.
They're going to be ignored."
From IBD Editorials, "The Backlash Against Globalization":
"'Taxing the rich' might be satisfying on some level, given the general level of envy people have for those who are more successful. But carried out as a matter of national policy, such ideas will have disastrous consequences for the world economy, leading to less growth, less investment, fewer jobs and lower standards of living."
From National Review Online, "Suspicious Behavior":
"Passenger vigilance is an essential component of post-9/11 security efforts, and failure to report suspicious activity could end up costing thousands of lives. Recall what an airline employee who checked in two of the September 11 hijackers told the 9/11 Commission: The pair of hijackers, on one-way, first-class e-tickets, “didn’t act right,” and were selected for secondary screening. But the employee didn’t insist on a more thorough search because he was 'worried about being accused of being ‘racist’ and letting ‘prejudice’ get in the way.' If CAIR and the Democrats prevail, how long will it be until another potentially life-saving voice is silenced?"