My week that is. Busier than usual, topped with a quick and productive visit to the Ashbrook Center on Thursday! More fun news about that in due course. In the meantime, in the latest issue of the Weekly Standard
out last night, I have a short meditation
on what is likely to be aftermath of Japan's nuclear crisis. (Short answer: more fossil fuels in the short run, but perhaps better new nukes in the long run.)
I also had an extra helping of Cranky Flakes for breakfast yesterday, and decided to deliver a long overdue beatdown on Michael Gerson
, one of the media's favorite house-trained "conservatives." And finally, don't miss Berkeley physicist Richard Muller's five-minute beatdown on the famous global warming "hockey stick" that I discuss here.