The Telegraph uncovers Queen Elizabeth’s speech to be given in case of a nuclear war’s outbreak.
We all know that the dangers facing us today are greater by far than at any time in our long history. The enemy is not the soldier with his rifle nor even the airman prowling the skies above our cities and towns but the deadly power of abused technology.
But whatever terrors lie in wait for us all the qualities that have helped to keep our freedom intact twice already during this sad century will once more be our strength.
When I think of abused technology these days, I think of .gif listicles, but I can be convinced that nuclear war would have been worse than that.
CNN advances the Benghazi story by finding out just who else was airlifted out of the city on Sept. 12: lots and lots of CIA operatives, who have been told not to talk.
McKay Coppins sees the right moving to full-time defense on the culture wars. (Abortion aside.)
A poll out of New Hampshire demonstrates the status quo: People hate Congress, hate their most recent members of Congress, will probably re-elect the folks already there.
Matt Continetti bemoans how questions get lamer as the political subjects get more powerful.
And Sonny Bunch celebrates low-budget cinema’s renaissance.