It’s another busy day, so here are a few links to keep you busy (especially you over there!):
At Pajamas Media, Phyllis Chesler looks at recent books detailing the troubles experienced by American women who marry Arab Muslim men, an experience similar to her own: Horror in the harem.
In the Telegraph, Andrew Roberts argues that, poor current polls aside, history may well remember George W. Bush more kindly than the Wise now predict, similar to what happened to Harry Truman. Sister Toldjah reflects on this and compares Bush to a certain ex-President, who isn’t above rewriting history to protect the myth of his own legacy.
Ed Morrissey has two pieces at Hot Air you should read: first, he looks at European fears that a President Obama would be too soft on Iran. Given Europe’s penchant for appeasement, that’s scary.
Continuing with the Obama theme, Ed next wonders if the Prophet of Post-Racial Politics will carry through on his promise to filibuster a bill he supports. If that leaves you scratching your head, you’re not alone. The Harbinger of Hope, Change, and Waffles is starting to waffle so fast that he’s making John "Flip-Flop" Kerry look like a model of consistency.
Finally, Bridget Johnson looks at the misery of Zimbabwe and demands something be done to help the opposition there, before President Mugabe kills many more of them.