Thursday, July 04, 2002

An anthology for the Fourth
Take a look at a flag so big you need a satellite to see it. (Thanks to Photodude.)

Peggy Noonan writes about the lights that didn't fail.

Dinesh D'Souza gives ten great reasons to celebrate.

James Lileks puts it in his own words.

Franck Lohsen McCrery, Architects, has a vision for Liberty Square, proposed to occupy the now-vacant site of the World Trade Center.

C. Dodd Harris has a collection of documents you should be familiar with.

Why the ICC won't fly here, by John Hawkins, Steven den Beste, and Emily Jones (indirectly: search the page for "Euro-weenies").

And as a counterpoint:
Eric Raymond on Islam. And when the Palestinians say "End of Occupation" what do they mean?

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