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Reference (General & Miscellaneous)
The Internet Public Library
Digital Library of the Commons

Computing & Internet
(Christian Science) Monitor Web Directory: Sites We Like (the page does exist, just scroll down) Best of the Web Directory
Free On-Line Dictionary of Computing
Internet Traffic Report
iWhois (domain registration)
Geobytes (IP locator)
Internet Archive

Dictionary of English Slang and Colloquialisms of the UK
French Pronunciation
German-English Dictionary
German Pronunciation Guide
The International Phonetic Alphabet: Audio Illustrations
Internet Anagram Server
Italian Pronunciation
Latin Dictionary and Grammar Aid
Polish Pronunication
Russian Alphabet
Sound Companions: Accents of English from around the World
Spanish Pronuciation
Text-to-Speech (in 22 languages)
Urban Dictionary (slang and acronyms)
The Word Detective (the meaning and etymology of picturesque words and phrases) (translation: English, French, Italian, Spanish)
Yiddish Glossary

Literature, Libraries & News Sources Great Books Online
Google Book Search
LibDex (index of library catalogs)
Librarians’ Index to the Internet
LibrarySpot (poems, song lyrics, and quotations)
Power Reporting: Resources for Journalists
Project Gutenberg
Style Guide (
U.S. News Archives on the Web

Time & Date
The Official U.S. Time
Greenwich Mean Time
The Infoplease Perpetual Calendar (perpetual calendars, 19th through 21st centuries)

U.S. Gazetteer
Google Maps
U.S. Geological Survey (geographical names lookup, with links to maps)
The World Factbook (CIA)

People & Business Finders
AnyWho (yellow pages, white pages, reverse lookup)
Free Area and ZIP Code Lookup
gethuman 500 database (corporate phone numbers answered by humans)
Zip Code Boundary Map
Zip Code Lookup (USPS)

Other Special Subjects
Academic Earth (video lectures by professors at Berkeley, Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Stanford, Yale)
Astronomy Picture of the Day (index)
Corbis (stock photography & digital pictures)
Eons – Longevity Calculator
History Learning Site
Smithsonian Photography Initiative
World History

2010 – where does it fit in the warmest year list? (includes a comprehensive survey of global temperatures for various periods, going back as far as 10,000 years)
A 2000-Year Temperature Reconstruction Based on Non-Treering Hypotheses (follow link, then click on “download file”) (in which the Medieval Warm Period looms much larger than the current warm spell and the irrelevance of tree-ring data is explained)
2500 Years of European Climate Variability and Human Susceptibility (“modern hydroclimatic variations may have at times been exceeded in magnitude and duration”)
Aliens Cause Global Warming and other speeches by Michael Crichton
An area and distance weighted analysis of the impacts of station 1 exposure on the U.S. Historical Climatology Network temperatures and 2 temperature trends by Anthony Watts, Steve McIntyre, and others (figures here; press release here, with additional links; a rigorous statistical evaluation of the upward biases in temperature trends recorded by poorly sited weather stations in the U.S., which (a) greatly outnumber well-sited stations and (b) grossly misrepresent the actual topography of the U.S.)
Are Carbon Emissions the Cause of Global Warming ? (No. Moreover, global warming has reversed.)
Assessment of the Reliability of Climate Predictions Based on Comparisons with Historical Time Series
At Sea over Sea Levels? (a graphical debunking of the notion that the rise in sea levels is related to the recent, now defunct, warming trend)
A Case against Precipitous Climate Action, by Richard Lindzen (Bottom line: “Wasting resources on symbolically fighting ever present climate change is no substitute for prudence. Nor is the assumption that the earth’s climate reached a point of perfection in the middle of the twentieth century a sign of intelligence.”)
Catastrophe Denied (a thorough debunking of the theory of catastrophic, man-made, global warming)
Climate and Human Civilization over the Last 18,000 Years (detailed reconstruction of temperature and relationship to periods of advance and decline — warmer is better)
Climate Audit (a blog by Steve McIntyre of the M&M project — see below — and a comprehensive resource for those interested about the science of global warming, as opposed to the religion of it)
Climate Change Chaos (two posts about alternative explanations of “global warming”)
Climate Change 2007: Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerabilities (IPCC’s latest contribution to the scare about global warming)
Climate Change Reconsidered (the website of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change, NIPCC)
Climate Models Go Cold (why CO2 really has a minor influence on climate)
Climate Patterns in Northern Fennoscandia during the Last Millenium (the present episode as a blip in Finnish temperature patterns dating back 7,640 years)
Climate Warming Is Naturally Caused and Shows No Human Influence
Clouding the Issue (the effect of the “Asian Brown Cloud” on “global warming”)
Cool Heads Required (Spiked! survey article about climate change)
A Consensus about Consensus
Consensus, What Consensus? Among Climate Scientists the Debate Is Not Over
Cosmoclimatology: A New Theory Emerges (Henrik Svensmark‘s theory of climate change as being caused mainly by the level of cosmic radiation reaching Earth; supported by this article; criticized in Lockwood and Frohlich’s paper, which is debunked here in a cached article that I have downloaded in case it disappears)
Datasets & Images (main page for NASA temperature data: U.S., northern hemisphere, various latitude bands, an global)
Disproving the Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) Problem (just what the title says)
Evidence of a Significant Solar Imprint in Annual Globally Averaged Temperature Trends (Parts 1 and 2)
Don’t Panic: A Critique of Catastrophic Man-Made Global Warming Theory
Falsification of the Atmospheric CO2 Greenhouse Effects within the Frame of Physics (in which two scientists explain that the so-called greenhouse effect violates the laws of physics)
A Glimpse Inside the Global Warming Issue (a summary of the various controversies surrounding global warming)
Global Warming at a Glance (the latest “official numbers)
The Global Warming Hypothesis and Ocean Heat (the oceans seem to be cooling, which runs counter to the theory of global warming — time for a new theory)
Global Warming Is Not Happening (the numbers speak for themselves, with a bit of help)
The Great Global Warming Hoax? (a long, lucid explanation of the real, non-human causes of global warming)
Greenie Watch (a blog by John Ray in which he reprints articles debunking “warmism” and other enviro-nut causes)
“Global Warming” at a Glance: Latest “Official” Numbers
Global Warming Hoax: In the Sea of Misinformation (a long and link-rich post that debunks anthropogenic global warming)
“Global Warming” Proxies (various historical measures of temperatures)
Global Warming’s Silver Lining
Health and Climate (another long-term perspective on so-called AGW)
Heat Capacity, Time Constant, and Sensitivity of Earth’s Climate System (a downward re-estimate of the likely change in Earth’s temperature, summarized here by John Ray)
Heretical Thoughts about Science and Society (an essay by noted physicist Freeman Dyson, in which he factually and logically dissects global-warming alarmism)
IPCC’s Fatal Errors (the subtitles say it all: Internal Modeling Mistakes by IPCC Are Sufficient to Reject Its Anthropogenic Global Warming Conjecture; Albedo Regulates Climate, Not the Greenhouse Effect; CO2 Has No Meaureable Effect on Climate)
Inconvenient Study: Arctic Was Warmer than the Present during the Medieval Warm Period
The Iris Opens Again? (a post about research into the cyclical relationship between clouds, warming, and cooling)
Japan’s Boffins: Global Warming Isn’t Man-Made
Let’s Be Honest about the Real Consensus
Let’s Look on the Sunny Side (Timesonline article about the sun and global warming)
Lindzen’s Climate Sensitivity Talk, ICCC, June 2, 2009 (another scientific debunking of GW alarmism)
M&M Project Page (summaries of and links to scientific analyses that refute the “hockey stick” paradigm upon which the global-warming scare rests)
Nature, Not Human Activity, Rules the Climate
New Paper Makes a Hockey Stick Wicket out of Mann et al. (summary of a statistical paper that disproves Mann’s “hockey stick” depiction of the global-temperature trend)
New Peer-Reviewed Scientific Studies Chill Global Warming Fears (annotated bibliography, released by the ranking minority member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works)
Peter Huber And Mark Mills On Our Energy Future
Population and Temperature Trends in California (a 1987 paper by Jim Goodridge that anticipates Anthony Watts’s “An area and distance weighted analysis of the impacts of station 1 exposure on the U.S. Historical Climatology Network temperatures and 2 temperature trends,” and is summarized here; the bottom line: another good reason to disbelieve the CO2 = global warming hypothesis)
Proxy climatic and environmental changes of the past 1000 years (“many records reveal that the 20th century is probably not the
warmest nor a uniquely extreme climatic period of the last millennium”)
The Real Deal? (introductory article about cosmoclimatology, with links to 10 other articles on various aspects of “warmism”)
Rebuttal to the Climate Rapid Response Team
Reconsidering the Climate Change Act (Richard Lindzen’s presentation to the House of Commons on February 22, 2012; his response to a critique is here)
A Report from the Global Warming Battlefield
The Skeptics Case (a brief but thorough demolition of the dire predictions made by “warmists”)
Scientific Forecasts vs. Forecasts by Scientists (documentation of the fact that the climate models that support “warmism” based on opinion, not evidence)
Some Historical Perspective (the recent warming trend in perspective)
SPPI Monthly CO2 Report (February 2009 — up-to-date facts in refutation of global-warming hysteria)
Steve McIntyre’s ICCC09 Presentation with Notes (a blogger’s record of a presentation by Steve McIntyre, in which McIntyre exposes the errors of several “proofs” of man-made global warming)
Tellus More about Hurricanes (a post at World Climate Report about three journal articles on the relationship between “global warming” and hurricanes)
Trouble in Climate-Model Paradise (how climate models used to project warming trends significantly underestimate precipitation)
Two Natural Components of the Recent Climate Change (shows that the rising temperatures of the late 20th century are consistent with the recovery from the little ice age and multi-decadal oscillation)
United States and Global Integrity Issues (about the inadequacy of climate data bases)
Warming in Last 50 Years Predicted by Natural Climate Cycles
Warming Freezes the Southern Ocean: Another Mann-made Climate Change (in which the author exposes yet another fraud by the perpetrator of the “hockey-stick”)
What Is Wrong with the IPCC (a comprehensive debunking of the gloom-and-doom school of global warming, with a warning about the coming cooldown)

Cultural Phenomena & Oddities
Academy Awards Database
Annals of Improbable Research
Behind the Name (etymology and history of first names and last names)
The Blog of Death
Dead or Alive?
Museum of Hoaxes
Popular Baby Names (from Social Security)
Popularity Index (how common is your last name in the U.S.?)
Quatloos! Cyber-Museum of Scams and Frauds (computer & internet legends)

U.S. Government (a database of contracts, etc.)
U.S. Census Bureau
Statistical Abstract of the U.S.
Historical Statistics of the United States: Colonial Times to 1970: Part I and Part II
Economic Statistics Briefing Room (federal government)
Bureau of Economic Analysis
Bureau of Labor Statistics (CPI-U 1913 to present, 1982-84=100, U.S. city average, all items, by month and year)
Selected Interest Rates (Federal Reserve)
Key Crime and Justice Facts at a Glance (Bureau of Justice)
National Transportation Statistics


Data and Research Sources (The Library of Economics and Liberty)
EconMagic (links to economic time series) (large collection of U.S. and world statistics)
NameBase (includes an index of documents) (comparative international statistics)
State and Local Tax Burdens (State-level tax burdens, for taxes of all types, 1977-2008, from the Tax Foundation)
The State of the States (similar to preceding, published annually)

Case-Shiller Home Price Indices
Global Financial Data, Inc.
NBER Macrohistory Database
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
Shadow Government Statistics (alternative estimates of GDP, inflation, etc.)
Standard & Poor’s Indices
United Nations Statistics Division
What Was the U.S. GDP Then?
Wilshire Index Return Calculator (social science findings on family, society, religion)
The Smoking Gun (incriminating evidence)
WHOIS Search (domain name registry)

Economic Analysis
Classics and General Resources
Concise Encyclopedia of Economics (The Library of Economics and Liberty)
The Concise Guide to Economics
Economics in One Lesson (the full text of Henry Hazlitt’s classic)
Economics Effects (Wikpedia links to articles)
Encyclopedia of Law & Economics
Glossary of Economic Terms
The Glossary of International Economics
Grandfather Economic Report (much about and by Hayek, including articles and books)
An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (Adam Smith)
The Journal of Economic Perspectives: Tables of Contents (issues from 1999 to the present)
Learn Austrian Economics (links to online books and explanatory videos)
Learning Economics
Lectures on Macroeconomics
MBA Lectures in Macroeconomics
Measures of National Income and Output (Wikipedia article)
Short-Run Economic Fluctuations (a PowerPoint slide show, based on Mankiw’s macro text)

Issue-Specific Writings and Sources
America’s Great Depression (Rothbard’s analysis of the origins of the Depression, and why it persisted)
Answering the Myths about Social Security
An Austrian Theory of Environmental Economics
Bootleggers and Baptists in Retrospect (how regulation can serve and be supported by opposing interests)
Catering to Ignorance, How Are Wages and Productivity Related? (posts by economists about real compensation and productivity)
Coming Soon: More Active Anti-Trust Policy (a post by Greg Mankiw dated 05/11/09), in which he revisits his 1998 op-ed piece about the persecution of Microsoft)
Common Denominator – A Country’s Legal History Affects Its Economy
Do Budget Deficits Raise Long-Term Interest Rates?
Economic Freedom of the World: 2007 Annual Report
Economic Mobility of Families across Generations (the poor get richer)
The Economic Records of the Presidents: Party Differences and Inherited Economic Conditions (a serious analysis of the relationship between presidential party and economic conditions which debunks “liberal” propaganda that Democrats cause prosperity)
Effective Federal Tax Rates: 1979 to 2004 (Congressional Budget Office)
Exploding Productivity Growth
Facts on the Distribution of Earnings, Income, and Wealth in the United States: 2007 Update (includes information about mobility across income quintiles)
FDR’s Policies Prolonged Depression by 7 Years, UCLA Economists Calculate
The Impact of Milton Friedman on Modern Monetary Economics: Setting the Record Straight about Paul Krugman’s “Who Was Milton Friedman?”
Historical Effective Tax Rates: 1979 to 2005
How Order Emerges without a Conscious Planner
How “Smart Growth” Makes Housing Unaffordable (related spreadsheet on incomes and home values in various metropolitan areas)
The Impact of Regulatory Costs on Small Firms (which includes an estimate of the total cost of regulatory compliance: $1.1 trillion in 2004)
The Impact of Regulatory Costs on Small Firms (which includes an estimate of the total cost of regulatory compliance: $1.75 trillion in 2008)
An Important Emerging Economic Paradigm
Labour Economics (lecture notes & empirical research on labor suppy)
Labour Market Economics (similar to above)
The Laffer Curve: Past, Present, and Future
Long-Run Impacts of Unions on Firms (damning evidence about the effects of unionization on firms’ market value and profitability; see especially figures 1-7)
The Mismeasurement of Poverty
Movin’ on Up (a piece about income mobility, excerpted here, link to underlying study here)
Myths about Inequality (the title says it all)
New Deal Policies and the Persistence of the Great Depression
Pigs Don’t Fly: The Economic Way of Thinking about Politics
The Pretence of Knowledge (F.A. Hayek’s Nobel lecture, 1974)
The Recent Decline in Labor Force Participation and Its Implications for Potential Labor Supply
Regulation and the Natural Progress of Opulence (Sam Peltzman’s paper about how individuals and firms try to avert the intended effects of regulations)
Regulatory Expenditures, Economic Growth, and Jobs: An Empirical Study (the high cost of regulation: it boils down to an annual drag on the economy of $1.5 trillion)
Revisiting the 1930s (includes articles summarizing recent research indicating the causes of the Depression and its length)
The Tax Threat to Prosperity (Mr. Laffer speaks)
Ten Thousand Commandments (estimates the cost of the regulatory burden: $1.75 trillion for 2008; links to previous editions are here)
Two Americas: One Rich One Poor? Understanding Income Inequality in the United States
The 2005 Index of Dependency (an index of dependency on U.S. government programs)
Upward Trend in Regulation Continues: An Analysis of the U.S. Budget for Fiscal Years 2005 and 2006
What would it mean for theories of U.S. income inequality growth if the U.S experience has been similar to that everywhere else? (Updated) (how the 1986 tax-rate cuts skewed the perception of income inequality in the U.S.)

Analytical Organizations and Publications
The Adam Smith Institute
AEI-Brookings Joint Center
Competitive Enterprise Institute
Directory of Open Access Journals
Institute of Economic Affairs
Mercatus Center (George Mason University)
Regulation Magazine (Cato Institute)
Tax Foundation (Facts and Figures Handbook)
Tax Policy Center (Tax Facts)

Government Sites
The Library of Congress (with links to U.S. Congress)
Supreme Court of the United States
Federal Agency Directory
Social Security Online
Medicare (the official site)
State & Local Documents (with links to federal, State, and local sources)

Historical Documents & Speeches
American Rhetoric
The Avalon Project at Yale Law School (documents in law, history, and diplomacy)
Constitution Society Homepage
The Heritage Guide to the Constitution
Historical Documents (Library of Congress)
National Archives & Records Administration

Recommended Reading
Constitution of the United States (annotated) (entry page here)
The Federalist Papers
The Kentucky Resolution (1799)
South Carolina Ordinance of Nullification (1832)
The Virginia Resolution (1798)

U.S. Immigration, Borders, and Security (research and statistics related to legal and illegal immigration)

Intelligence, Race, Gender, Nature & Nurture
Consumer Expenditure Survey, 2003, Table 2100 (income and expenditures by race)
Cultural Differences: A DNA Link?
Intelligence, Human Capital and Economic Growth
Intelligence Quotient (Wikipedia article)
IQ Population Statistics: It’s Not as Simple as You Think
Is There Anything Good about Men? (a social psychologist’s view of men’s societal role)
It’s Time to Move beyond the Nature/Nurture Divide (a reassessment of Judith Rich Harris’s The Nurture Assumption: Why Children Turn Out The Way They Do)
James Watson Tells the Inconvenient Truth: Faces the Consequences (a long, well-substantiated post at Gene Expression about the intelligence of Africans, the validity of intelligence as a concept, the validity of race as a concept, persistent differences in IQ between races, the interpretation of the Flynn effect, and the actual meaning of Dr. Watson’s “recantation”)
The “Jensen Effect” and g Vector Analysis
La Griffe du Lion (statistical analyses)
Males have greater g: Sex differences in general mental ability from 100,000 17- to 18-year olds on the Scholastic Assessment Test
MBTI Personality Test
Metcalf on Saletan and Black IQ (a post by John Ray with many pertinent links on the subject of inter-racial differences in IQ)
Natural History of Askenazi Intelligence (high IQ test scores of Ashkenazim, along with their
unusual pattern of abilities, are a product of natural selection)
Nature and Nurture in the Intergenerational Transmission of Socio-Economic Status
Race and Intelligence (Wikipedia article)
Race Differences in Intelligence: An Evolutionary Analysis (2006) (a review of Richard Lynn’s book by J.P. Rushton)
Race, Evolution, and Behavior
What Happens When We Randomly Assign Children to Families?
Why Race Matters

Laws & Regulations
Cato Supreme Court Review
Constitution Society Homepage
Legal Information Institute (Cornell Law School)
Oyez (Supreme Court cases)
Readings — The Founders’ Constitution (documents available online for a GMU law course, “The Founders’ Constitution“)
Supreme Court Opinions (FindLaw)

Statutes & Regulations
Legal Guide for Bloggers (really!)
The Federal Register
Electronic Code of Federal Regulations
Laws and Regulations (links, federal, state & local)
Municipal Codes Online

Issue-Specific Writings
Delegation Running Riot
Leiter on Originalism (a post by Randy Barnett that makes a strong case for originalism, founded upon a written constitution)
Lochner’s Legacy’s Legacy
Lochner-Era Revisionism Revised: Lochner and the Origins of Fundamental Rights Constitutionalism
Restoring the Lost Constitution (Wikipedia article about Randy Barnett’s book)
On Constitutionalism (Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg)
Randy Barnett’s Publications and E-texts (a page replete with links to Prof. Barnett’s writings about the Constitution, including links to the full texts of working papers and articles on subjects ranging from FDR’s “Second Bill of Rights” to the original meaning of various constitutional clauses to anarchy)

Libertarianism and Other Political Philosophies
Resources and Theory
F.A. Hayek: Articles, Books, Etc. (links)
For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto (Murray N. Rothbard) (much about and by Hayek, including articles and books)
Hayek for the 21st Century (interview with biographer Bruce Caldwell)
Journal of Libertarian Studies (founded by Rothbard)
Liberalism (classical, of course; F.A. Hayek)
Robert Nozick: Philosopher of Liberty (an appreciation by Roderick T. Long)
NYU Journal of Law and Liberty (links to issues, including an issue devoted to Hayek; see also the Journal’s main page)
On Liberty (John Stuart Mill)
Liberty (a journal)
The Use of Knowledge in Society (F. A. Hayek)
What Is Conservatism? (John Kekes)
Why I Am Not a [European] Conservative (F.A. Hayek)

Issues and Analyses
Caveman Economics: Were Neanderthals Wiped Out By Free Trade?
Common Denominator (a country’s legal history affects its economy)
Darwin and Political Theory
Democracy Is a Means, Not an End
Discrimination Myths That Everyone Believes
Exploding the Self-Esteem Myth
Free Speech (articles at Spiked!)
The Inherent Sociability of Homo Sapiens
Impulsive Behavior May Be Relict of Hunter-Gatherer Past
Marriage and the Limits of Contract (Jennifer Roback Morse’s explication of the importance of heterosexual marriage to the preservation of civil society and, therefore, to the cause of liberty)
Middle-of-the-Road Policy Leads to Socialism
Study Suggests “Social Responsibility” and “Social Glue” in the Genes
Stimulaton Of Primate Brains Show Many Complex Behaviors Are Innate
The Thing Itself (Michael Munger on government)
What’s Right vs. What Works (a colloquy on natural rights vs. consequentialism)

Pastimes (My Favorites)
Ballparks of Baseball (includes attendance records from 1890)
The Internet Movie Data Base (IMDb)
Prima Voce Catalog (Listing of Real Audio Tracks, with live links)
Retrosheet (box scores and more)

People & Businesses
AnyWho (how to get around automated prompts)
Lycos People Search (lawyers)

Cyndi’s List (genealogy sites) (site map)
One-Step Webpages (for genealogical research; see especially the SSDI search page)
The Search Systems Free Public Records Directory (info about non-profits)
Hoover’s Online (info about companies and businesspersons)
ThomasNet (info about industries and companies)

Philosophy and Religion
The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
The Radical Academy (articles on philosophy)
The Royal Institute of Philosophy
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

The Douay-Rheims Bible

Politics, Polls & Political Quizzes
Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections
Intrade Prediction Markets
Iowa Electronic Markets
RealClear Politics
Rasmussen Reports

Political Survey
World’s Smallest Political Quiz

The Red Menace Revisited (the truth about the CPUSA, retold by David Bernstein)
Why Speculate? (a speech by Michael Crichton about the prevalence of speculation in the media)

Think Tanks
(See also Analytical Organizations and Publications under Economic Analysis)
American Enterprise Institute
Cato Institute
Foreign Policy Research Institute
Foundation for the Defense of Democracies
Heartland Institute
Heritage Foundation
National Center for Policy Analysis
Tax Foundation

CCH Financial Planning Toolkit (calculators for loans, savings, annuities, etc.)
Graphic Organizers (visualizing concepts and relationships) (mathematical tables)
Present Value of an Annuity Calculator (a quick, simple annuity calculator)
Web Pages That Perform Statistical Calculations
Why Not Move? (calculator for differences in cost of living among States)

War and Peace Publishes Iraqi Intelligence Docs (documentation of Saddam’s involvement in terror operations)
Five Years after 9/11, Accomplishments and Continuing Challenges (a companion piece to a CSIS book)
How Bad Is the Senate Intelligence Report? (a thorough debunking of the 09/08/06 report of the Senate Intelligence Committee disclaiming Iraq-al Qaeda ties)
Military Studies in the Jihad Against the Tyrants (Bin Laden’s “bible” for terrorists)
National Strategy for Combating Terrorism, September 2006 (The White House)
The Red Menace Revisited (the truth about the CPUSA, retold by David Bernstein)
Saddam Hussein’s Ties to al Qaeda (blog post with links to other sources)
Saddam’s Documents (an archive of posts at Captain’s Quarters)
When War Must Be the Answer
World War IV as Fourth-Generation Warfare
The Worst of Intentions (a long, detailed analysis of Saddams true intentions and capabilities; an antidote to the “no weapons of mass destruction” meme)
The Wrong Time to Lose Our Nerve: A Response to Messrs. Buckley, Will, and Fukuyama (an OpinionJournal op-ed about Iraq, 04/04/06)