Last week I posted a commentary that focused on Ken Pollack's recent article on pressuring Iran. My opening observation was that the article deserves attention, especially for clearly laying out some of the most important reasons that a military attack on Iran in the name of setting back the nuclear program would be a big mistake.
The leaking mill known as WikiLeaks, evidently trying to outdo itself after releasing in July some 92,000 classified documents from the war in Afghanistan, has made a dump of nearly 400,000 similarly classified documents from the Iraq War.
Juan Williams should be grateful to National Public Radio for firing him and allowing him to snag a two-year, $2 million contract from Fox News. Williams deserves it. He is one of the most reasonable and fair-minded commentators on the air.