The Ed Morrissey Show: Andrew Malcolm, Nick Gillespie

posted at 1:00 pm on November 10, 2009 by Ed Morrissey

Today, on the Ed Morrissey Show (3 pm ET), Andrew Malcolm of the Los Angeles Times blog Top of the Ticket joins us to discuss the intersection of media and politics, and Reason TV’s Nick Gillespie discusses his latest video on UPS, FedEx, unions, and big government — as well as their continuing series on Ayn Rand.

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What a nice present to the United States Marine Corp on its birthday!

CHOSIN RESERVOIR NORTH KOREA 1950

Among our still fighting survivors,
many appear to be walking dead,
yet still combat capable.

Two thirds are wounded, yet they carry on.
All are suffering from frostbitten skin.
frozen ears, faces, toes, and fingers
are commonplace.

Some walk on frozen,
thus living on borrowed time.
Their faces are grotesque, dirty, unshaven.
gaunt with hunger from short rations.

All are bone eary from lack of sleep.
They have been under incessant attack
for three days and four nights.

Some of the wounded are so disabled,
they cannot move to generate body heat.
They freeze to death in horrible stiffness.

Equipment and vehicle wreckage
is everywhere
To add to the burden,
it is snowing again…

If low, heavy clouds persist,
There will be no air cover or support
to hold the enemy at bay…
as we move to break out!

Unlike Anita Dunn, I am not a fan of Chairman Mao. Neither are most Marines.

Mr. Joe on November 10, 2009 at 2:51 PM