Coming tomorrow . . . In the morning, if I have time: 1. Prediction Roundup 2. Early Bird Articles of Note At mid-day: 1. What if they slipped away? Analysis Using Mao Tse-Tung's "On Guerrilla Warfare" Evening 1. I think Hugh Hewitt will interview me again, but I need to doublecheck. 2. "Live-blogging" continues (is it live when news is a trickle? maybe "Heavy Blogging" or "Fierce Blogging" -- wait, that's only if I'm in the MSM) 3. Rest of Iraq -- been promising this for two days 4. If time, will begin Iran controversy analysis -- also possibly examine new Atlantic Montly articles ADMINISTRATIVE UPDATE 1. Thank you very much for your donations. The first improvement I will put them toward will be probably be transparent to you, loyal readers, but I will configure my Yahoo account to download directly into Microsoft Entourage -- this will require a premium account that costs around $20 I think. This will allow me to manage email much more effectively. Web-based is too slow. Also, I will be subscribing to Access Intelligence, an open-source intelligence network that pushes news to you, rather than your having to pull it. It's free, but Entourage will help me manage that too. 2. You've probably noticed some tinkering with the ads. Consider the page under construction for a few days. 3. Soon to be added -- direct links to book recommendations on Amazon. Also I'm told Haloscan is best for comments and will investigate. 4. Will also try to figure out how to increase the left margin of the text body so you don't have to scroll down too much. 5. My live-blogging (heavy blogging) will continue until I declare Phase II over. After that, will continue to cover the war, national security, intelligence, etc, but in addition to daily posts reacting to events, should have time for a long solid post every two days or so. Should also have time to do dishes, pay bills, make sure I keep my job, etc. 6. Still plan to add a donate button to the Marine Corps Law Enforcement Foundation. I met the head guy there once and he received a Navy Cross in WWII. Good group. Until tomorrow . . .