Thursday, May 17, 2007

Today's News

Did White House Break the Law with the NSA Wiretapping Program

David Corn - May 16th, 2007
It's not every day a former deputy attorney general testifies that the White House violated the law--and did so knowingly ...more

Nailing Dick Cheney the Agnew Way

David Swanson - YubaNet - May 16th, 2007
Prosecutors who charge Republicans with crimes tend to be fired, but citizens ought to be suing Cheney every week in this nation and abroad ...more

No Tears For Falwell

Lane Hudson - AlterNet - May 16th, 2007
I'm happy to call attention to Falwell's words today so people who give commentary on his life see that it was filled with hate ...more

Restoring Justice

Editorial - Seattle Post-Intelligencer - May 16th, 2007
Attorney General Gonzales' resignation or even his firing would be a large step toward restoring the standing of the U.S. Justice Department ...more

Wolfowitz's Fatal Weakness

Juan Cole - Spiegel - May 16th, 2007
Wolfowitz has always demonstrated a penchant for cronyism and for smearing and marginalizing perceived rivals as tactics for getting his way ...more

No Congress, No Peace

Jonathan Schwarz - Mother Jones - May 16th, 2007
If the U.S. spreads its disaster into Iran, it won't be the fault of Bush alone – a Democratic Congress will share the blame ...more


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