Friday, April 08, 2005

Totten in Lebanon...

One of my favorite bloggers, Micheal Totten, is blogging from Lebanon right now with Jim Hake of Spirit of America, and the results are incredible. They note the status that Rafiq Hariri has gained since his assaination at the hands of the bloody fool Assad. His burial site has become a national shrine, a tribute to his status as the founding father of democracy in Lebanon.

This is important work that no news organization seems interested in. They deserve a Pulitzer far more than the clowns at the AP with photos of bloodied Iraqi children to sell. What they offer is serious location reporting from the front lines of the struggle of our day, something that only the MSM used to do.

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