Mark Steyn at the NRO:
In the stampede of instant experts unveiling their Pakistani solutions-in-a-box, some contributions are worthy of special attention.
Instant experts on Pakistan. I wonder if who those might be.
In an unrelated story, here’s what I see under a heading entitled “AT WAR” and a subheading entitled “Pakistan” right at this moment:
JONATHAN FOREMAN: While Benazir took her courage too far in the pursuit of her political dream, the only parties we should blame for her death are the terrorists who actually killed. “Questions of Blame” 12/28 10:11 AM
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: Lost in all the frenzied reaction to the Bhutto assassination is any consistency of critique. “Pakistani Punditry” 12/28 9:43 AM
STANLEY KURTZ: Polling data may show support for Bhutto, but it’s not because of her strong anti-terror position, but in spite of it. “Democracy in Pakistan” 12/28 11:30 AM
RICH LOWRY: Upon her return, she was a frank voice against Islamism. “When an Assassin Succeeds” 12/28 12:00 AM
MONA CHAREN: Now, at last, and perhaps just in time, the campaign season will get serious. “The Real World Intrudes” 12/28 12:00 AM
ANDREW C. MCCARTHY: If you really want democracy and the rule of law in places like Pakistan, you need to kill the jihadists first. “Benazir Bhutto” 12/27 1:20 PM
AN NRO SYMPOSIUM: Jonathan Foreman, Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Victor Davis Hanson, Stanley Kurtz, Bill Roggio, and Henry Sokolski react to Bhutto’s murder. “After Bhutto” 12/27 11:40 AM
MARK STEYN: Benazir Bhutto’s return to Pakistan had a mad recklessness about it which gives today’s events a horrible inevitability. “Benazir Bhutto” 12/27 10:10 AM
Irony died long before Benazir Bhutto did.