Larry Kummer, Editor

Larry Kummer. See the authors page for more information about me, my co-authors, and the Fabius Maximus website.

Recommended reading for the weekend

Excerpts appear below: Best of the week:  “The Natives of Planet Earth“, Tom Engelhardt at TomDispatch (3 April 2008) “Heavy Troop Deployments Are Called Major Risk“, Washington Post  (2 April 2008) “What Will Life Be Like in the Year 2008?”,  Mechanix Illustrated (November 1968) Color of War, Michael Yon (no date)

Bill Roggio comments on this series about “war bloggers”

Here is a comment from Bill Roggio about these posts about war bloggers, posted with his permission. The series you have run here is valuable. I am very interested in seeing how this plays out. I certainly appreciate both the tone and nature of your postings, and your willingness to have a civil and productive …

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Some comments by Bill Roggio, Editor of the Long War Journal

Bill Roggio, Editor of the Long War Journal, generously replied to my posts about his recent reports concerning events in Basra. See his bio here. Comment #1 I certainly appreciate the attention you’ve given me for the Basrah reporting. I do think you are drawing the wrong conclusions to my reports. I am surprised you …

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Sources of the Instapundit’s knowledge about Iraq — analysis or cartoons?

War bloggers are the foundation of one chain providing information and analysis of the Iraq War to American citizens. The previous posts in this series provided evidence indicating that their view often tends to be both skewed and inaccurate. This post looks at websites higher in this chain, again using the recent events in Basra …

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