From The Washington Spectator:
Senator Obama has become a vox clamantis in deserto -- a voice crying out in the wilderness. He is not yet frequently seen or heard on the Senate floor, but his occasional speeches elsewhere say a lot. A recent one that struck us as a self-illuminating sketch of his promising future was given recently at a Washington National Press Club luncheon. It got little national media attention, so we've decided to present some of it here to spotlight the talents of this unusually promising manI heard Obama's speech on NPR and agree that it deserves more attention -- so I've posted the Spectator article here.