Least shocking headline of the day: Rumsfeld Apology Fails to Quell Arab Anger
Second-least shocking: Europeans Like Bush Even Less Than Before
Good read: the subtle nuances of the public apology (Courtesy Operative X.)
Digital cameras and the internet have emerged as new considerations in wartime.
And hey, what's happening at our prisons here at home?
New movement for tolerance of those with neurological disorders.
* Howard Kurtz's media roundup, including, yes, people accusing the media of pushing an antiwar agenda by reporting on the prison abuse scandal.
* Analysis of Rumsfeld at Congress.
* Soldier charged in Abu Ghraib incident says she was just following orders.
* Another British soldier steps forward.
* Red Cross says it was definitely widespread abuse, not just isolated cases.
* Bush's advisers told him to apologize earlier, which makes me wonder why he didn't.
THE BIG NEWS DUMP:
* Bush also makes an offhand comment to decide the fate of another country.
* Fine GQ interview with Colin Powell.
* Florida judge rules on the Schiavo case.
* Oooh, what about a guard force to protect our nuclear sites?
* Interesting essay on the history of the Pledge, that someone passed along.
* NASA decides on whether or not to send Opportunity into a large crater - possibly a one-way trip.
* More on the Mayan archaeological find.
* Quick! Get me a creepy alley in NYC!
* Tom Shales's snide article on the Friends finale. Is this the end of the sitcom?
* NYTimes interview with the filmmaker and masochist behind Super Size Me. "My mom didn't raise me to be a quitter." Plus bonus LiveOnline chat!
"I reject the idea of multiculturalism. Once you get into this multicultural crap, this bunk, you run into a problem. With respect to this culture, English is the language."
-Governor Robert Ehrlich