Shootouts, at home and abroad

Don’t miss Victor Davis Hanson’s brilliant National Review Online column today on the perversity of homefront commentary on the war: “How we collapse.” Here are a few of the highlights:
“If one were to collate the recent news reports about the Mosul shootout, the lessons would be as follows: Read two mass killers their Miranda rights; duck their bullets when they shoot first; capture them alive; let Europeans cross-examine them in the Hague; lose no friendlies in the operation; do not disturb the residents next door; protect the Husseins’ victims from such oppressors (but without cracking their plaster)

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