PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"U.S. administrator L. Paul Bremer has issued a raft of edicts revising Iraq's legal code and has appointed at least two dozen Iraqis to government jobs with multi-year terms in an attempt to promote his concepts of governance long after the planned handover of political authority on Wednesday."

Good analysis of how the Iraq occupation is eroding the central concepts of Bush's doctrine.

Magnificent: Fahrenheit 9/11 breaks a couple records on its way to number one for the weekend. (In related news, both Disney and White Chicks can go screw themselves.)

* So. The Cold War is pretty well over. What is NATO for, again?
* Bob Herbert wonders why the US is not even in the top ten worldwide for health care of its citizens.
* Jim Hoagland presents a 12 step program for Saudi Arabia.
* Maureen Dowd wonders if Cheney is just losing it.
* Fine Post editorial on the challenges of the Iraqi transition.
* Is there a discrepancy in how the CPA handled the money in Iraq?
* Thomas Friedman's last column for a few months, and the (overly optimistic) headlines he wants to read while he's away.
* An interview with Mr. Wizard.
* Summer camps try to figure out how to deal with bullies.
* Write your own joke here: The secret fashion power of lesbian style.

Avi Arad, the genius behind the Marvel comics movie explosion.
"If I paid attention to the Internet, I'd have a short life." -Avi Arad

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