Today's Columns: Bush's Crisis -- and Mother Teresa's
WSJ: Andrew Stark wonders how Kyle MacDonald pulled off trading a paper clip for (eventually) a house.
LAT: Ronald Brownstein says President Bush can learn some lessons from Ronald Reagan that might help him salvage the last months of his presidency.... Nick Gillespie hopes that Sen. Larry Craig "will eventually draw on traditional Republican principles and stand up for his right to engage in consensual sex in toilet stalls with men."
WaPo: Harold Meyerson advises against dumping Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, and writes: "It's Bush, not Maliki, whose term must come to an end before we can close out our misadventure in Iraq".... Robert Samuelson says we're in the "'blame phase' of the economic cycle".... Janusz Reiter says tough visa rules are hurting American relations with Central Europe.
NYT: Jack Miles worries that the American occupation of Iraq may soon lose its justification under international law.... Thomas Friedman says the Sunni tribes may be the key to some sort of stability in Iraq.... James Martin discusses the agnosticism of Mother Teresa.
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