- Turkey’s AKP survives court fight (Vincent Boland, FT)
- What if Iraq works? (Victor Davis Hanson, NRO)
- New Premises in Iraq (Henry Kissinger, WaPo)
- How to shake off the mortgage mess (Holman Jenkins, WSJ)
- Can Paulson Save the Economy? (Justin Fox, Time) He and Bernanke have been doing just a bang-up job of late. *eyeroll*
- What recession? (Unca Darrell)
- Healthy debate (Lose an Eye, It's a Sport)
The trips to Oklahoma, San Francisco, and London took a bite out of the workout schedule this month — with only 1,140 minutes of cardio logged (down from 1,560 minutes last month). While I did a bunch of walking in San Francisco and London, I don’t really count that as cardio time, and didn’t manage to log “real” cardio time in either city.
The diet didn’t suffer too badly, although the time in London was too carb heavy (it’s London,
- The Obstinate Obstetrician (Jacob Sullum, Reason)
- From Gitmo to Miranda, With Love (Debra Burlingame, WSJ)
- 'A Truman for our times' (Edward Luttwak, Prospect)
- Obama's women problem (Dick Morris, RCP)
- Drilling in Afghanistan (Thomas Friedman, NY Times)
- The Ted Stevens Indictment Is an Earthquake in Alaska Politics (Michael Barone, US News) Bye…
- Stevens's Payback Moment (Michael Crowley, WaPo) Bye!
- Chicken Fried Steak and Banana Pudding at the
- Rewriting Reagan — again (Ralph Reiland, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
- Volcker's best apprentice (Martin Hutchinson, Asia Times)
- The death knell of Bernankeism (Martin Hutchinson, Asia Times)
- Trading Places (Alan Ehrenhalt, TNR)
- Commendable service (Paul Weyrich, Wash Times)
- Turkey in the throes of Islamic revolution? (Spengler, Asia Times)
- How to win the war within Islam (Economist)
- Iran: Who runs it? (Economist)
- Iraq's Fragile Upswing: Relative
Diners at the House of Pies got a little more than a late-night snack Tuesday.
Early in the morning, a man was in his car about to leave the restaurant on Westheimer and Fountainview when he accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake.
His car plowed into the back wall of the building, knocking a hole in it.
The crash also broke a small water pipe.