It's early, but this quote will hold up as quote of the day.
Mark Steyn on the New York Times' killer vets story and the debunking of the Lancet's 600,000 dead Iraqi civilians study.
In 1933, the debaters at Oxford were horrified by the real cost of war. In 2008, the editors of the Times, our college professors and Hollywood celebrities, are horrified by a fiction. Faced with an historically low cost of war, they retreat into fantasy. Who’s really suffering from mental trauma? Who needs the psychotherapy here?