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On Iran

The radical left is another matter entirely. This is the crowd that says America is a fascist police state. The last thing they want to discover is that a real fascist police state exists in Iran.

And there Michael Totten sums up in one sentence what I was going to use 82 paragraphs to write.

Meryl Yourish also does a fine job of expressing the same sentinment.

If you want to check out some of the many Iranian blogs to get a first hand account of what is going on in that country, Jeff Jarvis has an extensive list.


Thanks for the link. I don't know why I don't read Totten more often, I check Yourish about every other day but for some reason or, perhaps, no reason, I don't check to see what Totten is up to. My loss.
About half of your stuff is stuff I have no interest in, oddly I find myself reading it rather than simply passing it over. Dunno if that's the mark of a good writer or simply that I've become interested in you as a person or at least a blog persona.