In its most interesting mea culpa du jour (How's that for mixing my scant knowledge of Latin with my modest knowledge of French?), the Newspaper of Record swallows hard and explains how it screwed up its interpretation of Iraqi election reactions.
During the 1960s, just about everyone at Yale and other "elite" colleges smoked. Anyone who denies having at least tried the wicked weed either is lying or is one of a very, very small minority.
What the secretly-recorded tapes show is that W is human and was more in control of his campaign than many believed -- and that his "friend" is a piece of garbage for having taped and then published what were, and should have remained, private conversations.
to dispense such expert personal, financial, and business advice, while the stock of Dow Jones, their parent company, has consistently underperformed the market and declined for at least the past five years?
An attorney, in a full-page ad in today's Wall Street Journal, likens his skills to a "chess grandmaster's ability to think several moves ahead." Not much of a boast. Every competitive chessplayer can think several moves ahead. A grandmaster can analyze well beyond.