It’s back-to-school time again, summer is coming to a close, and Kenneth has returned to Iraq.
I have been trying to keep up with all that’s happening over there, and one of the bloggers I enjoy reading, TigerHawk, has hit the nail in the head. He reflects on what is “surely a further sign of both military success and political reconciliation” that is, “the government of Iraq is taking over in al Anbar province, the heart of the previously notorious “Sunni triangle.” There ought to be something to celebrate here, right? Yet,
Iraq does seem to be the rare case when victory is an orphan. Perhaps that is because so many American politicians denied parentage that there is nobody left to give the actual parents any credit.
There are some interesting changes occurring on a daily basis. Check out The Thunder Run’s compilation of first-hand accounts on what’s going on in Iraq.
Kenneth has been updating his Histories, so you can read his personal musings here.
Also, the Bangor Daily News did a nice story about Kenneth and the PRTs, which you can find here.
Finally, Gateway Pundit has a nice article on the opening of a pool in Sadr City. With 120+F degrees there, it’s nice to know Iraqis can enjoy the water…