R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr. has a column on Conrad Black.
James Taranto has a smart take on the Washington Post/David Weigel/Journolist scandal. Washington Post columnist columnist Michael Gerson says Mr. Weigel's "private communications should have been kept private."
John Stossel has a column on the glory and resilience of American entrepreneurship:
We know that Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, but Edison failed much more often than he succeeded. He had hundreds of failures. He was fired by the telegraph office, and lost money on a cement company and an iron business. Henry Ford's first company failed completely. Dr. Seuss' first book was rejected by 27 publishers. Oprah was fired from her first job as a reporter. A TV station called her unfit for television.