I’m running behind in my posting since I attended the conference on Managing Emergency Management in New Jersey, but here are a few items,
Paxety Pages is posting on Iran, Venezuela, Cuba May Plan War Games Near US and has More On Iranian and Venezuelan Nuclear Development.
Here’s my related post from Monday.
Update Via LGF, Victor Davis Hanson asks, Has Ahmadinejad Miscalculated?
Update 2: Mary Anastasia O’Grady’s Terror’s Apologist in Caracas: Hugo Chávez is engendering fear throughout Latin America
In a further demonstration of U.S. concern, the Pentagon announced this week that a U.S. Navy carrier strike group will deploy to the Caribbean Sea. The U.S. is taking Chávez seriously. Maybe the region’s other democracies, who are more at risk, are doing so as well.
Charles Pasqua’s in court. Who’s Charles Pasqua? Chirac’s point man in Oil-For-Food:
Mr Pasqua, 78, is suspected of accepting allocations of oil from the government of Saddam Hussein.
First, why did the surface of Antarctica cool over the past several decades while the troposphere above it warmed? Second, what are the implications of these findings?
The authors of the paper concluded “we are unable to attribute these changes [in tropospheric temperature] to increasing greenhouse gas levels at this time.”. And, by the way, things have been cooling off in Flemington over the past 100 years.
On a lighter vein,
The Carnival of Bauer‘s up