Sunday, October 31, 2004

Occasionally, relief can be spelled incorrectly. An exicted reviewer on momentarily forgets the most important part of "covert" when lauding a conservative non-fiction author who talks about the War on Terror. Steven H. Dangelet, reviewing Richard Miniter's Shadow War, writes:

With the vast majority of persons (Liberals) lossing sight of what happened to our country on September 11, 2001, it is refreshing to see a publication that sheds some light on the covert operations taking place around the world on behalf of our safety here at home.

Perhaps liberals are not the only ones losing sight.