PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,
PMMJ
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One hundred years ago today, the Russo-Japanese War, a conflict over control of Manchuria and Korea, began as Japanese forces attacked Port Arthur. During the war, Russia suffered a series of stunning defeats to Japan; the fighting ended with an agreement mediated by President Theodore Roosevelt, who went on to win the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts.

Remember, if there's one thing Bush hates, it's revisionist history. George F. Will chimes in.

Must read: learning lessons from soldiers' firsthand accounts of Iraq.

SUNDAY NEWS:
* This just in: Bush's policies favor business.
* The administration's budget projections reveal their true priorities and plans. Including cutting the budget for election reform (which Florida proved was needed four years ago) by, and I am not kidding, 95%.
* Richard Goodwin on the White House making the facts fit their case.
* G-7 get worried about current economic volatility.
* New terrorist groups gaining strength as the focus remains on al Qaeda.
* Right. Mars probes still working hard.
* Two new elements created.
* Testing radical theories for the Navy's new destroyer.
* How about a student lobby?
* Ooh. Interesting and vast changes coming up for the network programming.
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