Thursday, December 11, 2003
New Steyn

For those of you who don't regularly check his website, allow me to point you toward the latest addition to Mark Steyn's portfolio of political punditry. He's still packin' punch:

After some particularly vicious bombings of the UN and others, the NGOs mostly fled Iraq in late summer. 'It would be rather sobering,' I wrote in August, 'were Iraq to demonstrate it can get along without them.' And what do you know? It's remarkable how quickly a problem goes away once the people with a vested interest in there being a problem go away.
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