Elliot Abrams thinks Congress should vote to authorize war with Iran. I might be persuaded to support such a resolution if it mandates that only Elliot Abrams go to Iran to fight it.
The BBC asks: "Why is faith falling in U.S.?" And, strangely, doesn't conclude that faith is falling because so many public figures of faith in the U.S. act like complete assholes.
Yes! magazine asks: "After the Drought: Will Climate Change Reporting Take Off?" I'm going to wager "no," because the "liberal" media finds it a chore to deal with whiny diaper-loaded brats like Jim Inhofe and Glenn Beck. But both National Geographic and Scientific American write extensively about climate change in their most recent issues -- the latter's article is a great primer, in fact. I suppose they'll have to fend of charges of "bias" soon.
Citizens for Tax Justice reminds us not to believe the hype about the oncoming "fiscal cliff." I'd like some of these politicians to drive themselves over a different cliff, but that would entail any of them feeling shame over what they've done, which, despite all my efforts, seems unlikely in the short run.