Tony Blair Pulls a Clinton posted at The Dugout, in which the British apology for slavery falls short of a real historical commemoration.
Pearl Harbor and the longue duree posted at Frog In A Well: Japan, in which I tackle some really sloppy historical causation.
A Machiavellian Perspective on the Middle East Conflict posted at Samson BLinded, is a disturbingly positive comparison between 1917 Russian Bolsheviks and contemporary Israeli right-wingers.
The Armstrong Tautologies posted at Avant News, is a charming satire of the recent technical recovery of Neil Armstrong's lost preposition.
An Occidental-Muslim's Criticism of Empires and Orthodoxies posted at Wa Salaam takes on
The Little Professor had two pieces nominated: My year in books (with a special appendix on Victorian anti-Catholic sermons), a reminder that inarticulate intolerance is nothing new...."; and Department of ironic similarities, in which the pitfalls of making up words to describe your antagonists turn out to be well-established.
The Source of the National Debt, Why It Will NEVER Be Paid, and Why the Federal Reserve Should Be Liquidated, Part 1 of 2 posted at Bill Losapio is a fascinating example of the profligate use of "cabal" and "shady", not to mention basic misunderstandings of economic theory and practice. I never thought, when I first came on board this carnival, that people would self-nominate their own worst work....
Conrad Black: "Let them eat cake" posted at Sox First, in which mega-rich Black compares himself to a French nobleman during the Revolution.
Roy Moore on Keith Ellison posted at another history blog, dismantles, though it's an easy target, blatherings about the "Pilgrim roots" of the US.
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