Jun 22, 2008 · The Belmont Club will be moving on Monday, June 23 to Pajamas Express, a development which I hope will have several advantages. First, readers will be a little closer, in terms of clicks, to some of the most distinguished names on the blogosphere: Victor Davis Hanson, Richard Miniter, Roger Kimball, Bill Bradley, Ron Rosenbaum, Phillis Chester ...
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May 03, 2006 · After his return to Iraq in April, 2006 McCaffrey wrote a report in a nearly identical format, making it possible to compare the political and military situations -- and check on the accuracy of his predictions -- directly. Thanks to a Belmont Club reader we can provide long quotes from the McCaffrey 2006 memo. How were the military in 2006?
Belmont Club is a weblog that has been in existence since 28 April 2003. The site focuses on current affairs and public policy, often placing an emphasis on military action and foreign policy issues. The site's founder and primary contributor is Richard Fernandez, who previously used the pseudonym Wretchard the Cat.
Sep 21, 2005 · I want to thank Wretchard for carrying on this blog.. his clear explication of military events in Iraq are a great thing to have today. In fact, it is unique (Michael Yon is interesting on the micro level, but for clear intelligent overview, Belmont is the place to go) Since I have no TV now (aside from CSPan), and get my news via the Internet ...
Feb 08, 2006 · The past as prologue The Ranting Sandmonkey , an Egyptian blog, illustrates just how bogus the MSM refusal to discuss the Danish cartoons "out of respect for Islam" is: Freedom For Egyptians reminded me why the cartoons looked so familiar to me: they were actually printed in the Egyptian Newspaper Al Fagr back in October 2005.