The Macedonian government opened its border to refugees the day before Clinton arrived to meet with government leaders. And her mission to Bosnia was a one-day visit in which she was accompanied by performers Sheryl Crow and Sinbad, as well as her daughter, Chelsea, according to the commanding general who hosted her.

The Trib takes a no-holds-barred look at Hillary Clinton’s claims of foreign-policy genius (deploying weapons of mass entertainment against Bosnia, it turns out, didn’t make that much of a difference). It’s one of the best examples of critical journalism I’ve read this election cycle, and it’s getting lots of deserved attention from the blogosphere.

Update! Sinbad responds! “I think the only ‘red-phone’ moment was: ‘Do we eat here or at the next place.'” Actually, that’s where the Trib article falls short; no one asked Sinbad about his role in Clinton’s history-making journey to a different world.