The best column in the

The best column in the papers this morning is Kathleen Parker’s “When it comes to Islam, there’s no joking around,” a column that I found much to my surprise in the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Also worth reading, as usual, is Michael Kelly, who provides a brief history lesson illustrating the stupidity of the commentary that blames President Bush for the North Korean fiasco: “Kick the (Korea) can.” And this morning’s best editorial is the New York Post’s “Israel, waiting in agony.” The latter should be read in conjunction with Steven Plaut’s “Israel’s nightmare is not Saddam.”


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