There have been some excellent op-eds in the Wall Street Journal lately. Often these go unnoticed by many, so as a service to the readers of this blog, I have highlighted a few that have appeared within the past week to give you an idea as to the range of ideas expressed in the Journal's editorial pages.
No subscription or login is necessary for these articles, they are provided "free of charge" by the WSJ to the public at large.
DYNAMIC IDEAS FOR IRAQ
Some excellent and pragmatic ideas for helping Iraq avoid a total meltdown.
WITHOUT GOD, GALL IS PERMITTED
"Modern atheists have no new arguments, and they lack their forebears' charm."
Taking a page out of modern consulting to increase the ranks of the faithful
WHAT THE CONGRESS CAN DO FOR AMERICA
"Let them say of these next two years: We used our time well."
Yes, even President Bush writes op-ed's for the Journal...
SO, SADDAM IS DEAD...
But the way of the world remains Saddam's.
An excellent piece from Mark Bowden, author of Blackhawk Down, on what to expect in Iraq, and how it effects our ability to bring peace and saftey to that country.
LESSONS OF VIETNAM
How to avoid a repeat, and why it's crucial to do so.
Amazingly, the Democrats actually want the Iraq war to be another "Vietnam" Here's an editorial that gives some advice as to how that can be prevented.
GENTLEMEN, START YOUR PLUG-INS
How does 500 miles a gallon sound to you?
Excellent, practical ideas about how American can obtain energy independence in a relatively quick fashion.
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