Magazine August 30, 2010, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)
  • Robert Gibbs complained about “the professional Left.” These days the White House is looking more and more like the amateur Left.
  • President Obama says that the job of plugging BP’s Gulf oil well is “just about over,” and the latest report from the administration claims that most of the oil not captured or washed ashore is gone or diluted. Obama and his lower-downs have an obvious interest in saying so. They may also be right. Ocean microbes (especially prevalent in the warm Gulf) claim a lot of the oil from spills. Some of the most volatile chemicals evaporate. Much

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