The Corner

Noon With Ledeen

At noon, I’m doing a “Blogjam” on Pajamas Media (www.osm.org) with Marc Cooper, a well known blogger who writes regularly for The Nation Magazine. We have agreed to go a full fifteen rounds, with no holds barred, no subject off limits, and no pun too low to post. The Pajamas people have told us they want to make this a regular feature, provided a) people like it, and b) we can put up with one another. Marc seems a worthy antagonist, he has a beard (always good in my view), and likes Italian wines (altho, shockingly, he prefers those from the imperialist north to those–which i favor–from the occupied south). Feel free to peek.

Michael LedeenMichael Ledeen is an American historian, philosopher, foreign-policy analyst, and writer. He is a former consultant to the National Security Council, the Department of State, and the Department of Defense. ...

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