The War Has Changed Our Lives

An eyewitness account of how Mr. W. has adjusted to life on a war footing --or rather, to the execrable reporting of the war, the elections and everything else:

Old morning routine: awake 5:15, pray, exercise, read papers, newsradio in background.
I'm in politics; I need to keep up.
New morning routine: awake 5:30 (no need to read WaPo), pray, exercise, read paper, 1812 overture in background.
I don't need to hear the enemy stringer view of the war.

Answer to WaPo calling for the 15th time to beg us to re-subscribe: no thanks, I'm better rested without you.

Related links:
Michael Novak: What The Islamists Have Learned
I'm the last person to carry this story, but still, see: Getting The News From The Enemy and, behold, the airstrike that wasn't. (Curtsy: lgf)