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Crisis in the Washington Times
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Today’s Washington Times has an excellent review by Wesley Pruden of our editor Bob Tyrrell’s newest book, a collection of his monthly Continuing Crisis column.

A sample:

“The Continuing Crisis” is a collection of one- or two-line items culled from the newspapers, delivered in a deadpan voice unadorned by unnecessary context, the harvest of a rich vein of human amusements, outrages and peccadillos, subjects as various as presidential wannabes, congressional blowhards, media pomposities and healthy nose-picking, donkey soup, the importance of elephant droppings at Manhattan art galleries, Nigerian genital soup and the perils for unsuspecting homeless Muslims supping on pork stew at a Brooklyn soup kitchen.

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