Archives for November 2003

Iran’s Nuclear Two-Step

THE RECENT NATIONAL NEWS HEADLINE that the International Atomic Energy Agency had found “no evidence” Iran had used its illegal nuclear program to develop nuclear weapons says much more about the IAEA’s incompetence than it does the Islamic Republic’s benevolence. The choice of the headline’s focus, however, speaks volumes about media bias. “No Evidence”…. Although the IAEA revealed that … [Read more...]

The Plame Affair

THE PARTISAN CONTROVERSY over the outing of Valerie Plame, the once-covert CIA analyst and wife of Ambassador Joseph Wilson IV, seems destined to go unresolved. Although the actions of two senior administration officials may be felonious, a city that lives on leaked information seems unlikely to produce the identity of either official involved in the leak. However, the real story in this affair is … [Read more...]

Editorial: Yale vs. the Military…Again

Yale Law School has once again placed leftist politics above national security. This time, Hillary Clinton’s alma mater has sued Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to bar military recruiters from campus. Yale’s decree of non-discrimination against gays and lesbians conflicts with Bill Clinton’s bankrupt “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, and Yale would dearly love to ban all military recruiters … [Read more...]