Your choice: optimism . . .
17 of the "world's smartest scientists and academics" discuss what they're optimistic about.
Noted historian Paul Johnson argues that there's hope for the Middle East.
. . . or pessimism.
M.D. Jerome Groopman notes that, sadly, doctors still screw up too often in diagnosis.
Caroline Glick argues that Iran will have the Bomb very soon and that, "As a result of the Arab-Islamic-Leftist campaign to demonize Israel that has been going on systematically for more than six years, today throughout the world there is a large and growing sense that wiping Israel off the face of the earth wouldn't be particularly objectionable."