Quote of the day:

Wednesday, January 31, 2007 at 10:58 AM

Let's get this straight. It was the US where the bulk of the intellectual establishment suppressed its doubts about the war for the sake of uncritical post-9/11 patriotism. It was the US where public opinion recorded 80 per cent approval for the invasion of Iraq. And it was American journalism that was steamrollered by the patriotic card - and, in the case of The New York Times, belatedly repented.
Mary Dejevsky, writing in the UK's The Independent on why there is now less anti-war furor in the UK than in the US.