The perils of faking a moderate stance, Part II:
Reader No. 1 sends in this link
with the following comment: "I'm not familiar with James Lewis, but he addresses a big topic worth considerable reflection on an already big day."
... OK. It's a very chilling look at Iran and the Muslim bomb. But I'd add the following: Those who think they're thinking clearly on a day like today might try not
reaching back to Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton for blame while at the same time ignoring the twelve years of Ronald Reagan and George Bush I in between, all followed afterward by five years of George Bush II -- while criticizing the contemporary
European action on Iran. ... Not exactly "clear" thinking. ... Why does it always come back to Bill Clinton? Never mind. Already know.