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Thanks to The Corner

Thanks to Andy McCarthy for the unexpected linkage to Sen. John McCain: A Speech on Containment of Iraq today. Here are some follow-up observations.

If you have stopped to look around, you might be interested in my On the Edge of Forever: Star Trek and the War on Terrorism.

P.S. Four years ago, Jan. 3, was the occasion of Hillary Clinton's (first? public) racist joke. Blogging about it four years ago today provided the opportunity for the first formulation of Core's Law of New Media: There Is No Such Thing As Local News Anymore:

In the Internet Age, anything anybody has said, or written, or done anywhere, anytime can sooner or later become known everywhere else.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Mon. 01/07/08 10:07:37 AM
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