So I can’t get off my ass to update this blog regularly. Sue me. I’ve been busy. But I’m back now, and I hope to update more frequently, particularly with some posts about my work.
Because, really, that’s all that’s supposed to matter now, yeah?
Anyway, here’s something to go read in the meantime: Richard A. Clarke’s retrospective essay on the War on Terror, 2001-2011, entitled “Ten Years Later”. Do it now. I mean it. It’s long, but frankly the scenario sketched out by one of the few terrorism experts not co-opted by the Bush Administration’s rose-tinted glasses and outright dishonesty is…well, chilling would be a good word.
Read it now. Or better yet, go buy the January/February 2005 issue of The Atlantic Monthly and read it there. They deserve the cash, I say…