February 8, 2007

A PRESS BLACKOUT? “Abu Omar al-Baghdadi is Al Qaeda’s guy in Iraq, and nowadays, the Sunni insurgency is being whittled down to Al Qaeda’s activity in Iraq. It’s that simple, and he’s that important. So why isn’t the Times writing that? I think the answer has something to do with what seems, to my eyes, to be a determined campaign to keep the American people from knowing the nature of the enemy in Iraq because identifying this enemy as Al Qaeda casts the debate about the war in a whole different light.” (Via Ed Driscoll).

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