By: Mark Leon Goldberg on August 05, 2009 If you feel like you have been reading a lot of John Bolton recently, it’s because you have. A Nexis search reveals that over the past 12 weeks, John Bolton has been published on the op-ed page of a major American publication nine times. That’s three times in the Washington Post, once in the New York Times, once in The Los Angeles Times, twice in the Wall Street Journal and three in the Washington Times. This is an average of just under one op-ed a week, per week, for the last three months. To be sure, out of the mainstream views like Bolton’s ought to have a place in our national debate. But it does sure seem that editorial boards instinctively turn to him time and time again for North Korea and Iran commentary.