Magic Realism Visits the Middle East with Four Jills in a Jeep

The Adventures of Chester’s Magical Realism Visits the Middle East
should be read along side Mark Steyn’s “Four Jills in a Jeep” for the diagnosis of the spell gripping the West.

Wretchard’s “To be scorned and shunned” then summarizes, with links, the effects of our elites’ (dis)enchantment.

While at Belmont Club, read these two pieces on the return of SMERSH and the dying of the light in Russia (Secretary Rice, Mr. Baker, how’s the engagement policy working out?).

Will the current President Bush be remembered as an Aragorn staying on offense against all odds or a Denethor trapped in the counsel of dispair and detente?

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