PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"That is why excessive official secrecy is always suspect and why the isolation of a president behind a closed circle of advisers can lead to abuse of power."
-David S. Broder

Bush, torture, and the U.S. Gulag. Dana Milbank remembers that the administration used to like Amnesty International (and more.)

So, what if there was easy fixes for airline security that no one took?

* Air Force admits its religious intolerance. Now let's see what they do about it.
* It's not really a war on terrorism, but the real enemy is much trickier.
* Good read: there's a blurry line between advocacy and terrorism.
* Bush's optimism on Iraq provides fodder for his opponents.
* The EU may fail just because of history.
* Britain proposes a 'Marshall plan' to save Africa.
* The unsolved mysteries of Watergate.
* Republicans threatened by a centrist Democrat.
* Frist is confident he will prevail.
* Japan fears a quiet AIDS epidemic.
* A fresh look at storing our nuclear waste.
* Lost Dumas novel on the Battle of Trafalgar is published.
* I've posted it before, but I'm posting it again: this is how you establish you're a heel in pro wrestling.

"But put them all together and they add up to Coldplay, the most insufferable band of the decade."

Is the joystick one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century?

Ten things we didn't know this time last week.

[EDIT: They freed the Mars rover! Brilliant!]
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