In his Tuesday opinion column, "Lincoln or Kagan," Tony Blankley elegantly explains the source and meaning of the inalienable individual rights which are the essence of our form of government and the reason why we must preserve it at all costs as the last best hope of a free world.
In closing his column (which discusses all of the hand-wringing about Iraq currently going on in the Senate), Mr. Blankley states: "But the worm will surely turn. And senators who today proudly call for retreat will then be hiding their faces in shame. And deservedly so. And the public will remember."