July 8, 2008 | National Review Online

Caroline Glick

To echo Michael (which is always a smart move), Caroline is as good and fearless as it gets in analyzing the Middle East, the Israeli/American relationship, and the nature of the war.  I especially loved this line in her interview with K-Lo: 

I think that what is most counterproductive is embracing delusion. If the U.S. got angry at Israel for pointing out a reality, would that make Israel worse or better off than it is when it collaborates with the U.S. by basing its policies on fantasy? I think that everyone is better off when we base our strategic decisions on reality.

I just started Shackled Warrior, and it’s already obvious that it should be required reading.