Editor’s Picks: News and Opinion Around the Web 2/24/10

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The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel points out that the sound of one hand clapping is silence and the results of bi partisan legislation when one party refuses to play is… gridlock. We have seen the gun toting Tea Party protesters at political rallies; was Joe Stack the first Tea Party terrorist? Robert Wright asks the question in a NYT OpEd. Robert Gates is trying to tell Europe that the path to lasting peace is through the pursuit of endless wars as Juan Cole points out at Informed Comment. These are among the stories in today’s picks.

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