These are the times when television critics are almost contractually obligated to review the ongoing war coverage and make weighty statements about how the coverage is deeply symbolic of public sentiment or foreign policy, or how we actually have a better grasp on what we're seeing than the average mortal by virtue of our ninja TV-watching skills. There are a few of us, however, who are aberrant enough to admit that nonstop television war coverage depresses and confuses us--and so we turn to television,... More >>>