Enter the Globocourt: William Safire reaches more than abit when he argues against the international criminal court — the Clinton administration’s support for which of course the Bush administration has already rescinded — on the grounds that it will jeopardize journalistic free expression, and endanger the lives of international war reporters, by asserting its authority to summon journalist witnesses to international war crimes to give testimony. Quite a stretch, to suggest that “if dictators see reporters as potential witnesses in prosecutions, tyrants in trouble will be likely to kill those witnesses”; under the modern rules of warfare, they’re already in grave danger just for being there to bear witness bravely. C’mon, Bill, if you want to be behind Rumsfeld on this one, just say so…