PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

Once again, the administration's rhetoric doesn't match reality.

Katrina as an 'economic nuclear weapon.'

Robert Reich, on an economy fed by pork.

Iraq's new constitution as theocracy lite?

* Outrage across the nation.
* "The annihilation in New Orleans is an irrefutable sign that the national tax-cut party is over."
* Well, at least FEMA had planned ahead for all this. Wait.
* Analysis: Bush's first response falls flat on its many missteps.
* Reporters give a voice to desperation. More first-hand accounts.
* The forgotten victims, in nearby small towns.
* The Superdome remains frightening.
* Maureen Dowd on the administration's shameful responses.
* What's up with the disconnect with the facts?
* Was race an issue in the response?
* Drawing parallels in the looting.
* Tulane cancels its fall semester.
* New Orleans shares its special relationship with the water with a few other cities.
* Hastert spins his own damage control.
* Online gamers organize support.

* Post editorial: Bolton begins his diplomatic career undiplomatically.
* Hamas reveals its commanders.
* Boy heads home after six organ transplants.
* Manhattan is #1 for singles.
* Blizzard wins bypass case.
* Is the summer movie slump a sign of things to come?

Today's moral tale: FUDDRUCKER'D!

Today's best headline: "In Japan, the Lipstick Ninjas Get Out the Vote"

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