Analysis: the administration is seeking to expand executive branch powers.
Why the Times delayed its article on domestic surveillance for a year. (Incidentally, I think this is going to be a hot story for a while to come.
Good read: Ralph Reed and the Abramoff scandal.
Yesterday's Dan Froomkin was a good read, with lots of updates to current topics, including McCain defeating Cheney.
* Man, been a busy week for paranoids out there.
* Meanwhile, New Orleans is slowly dying, once and for all.
* 'A senior scholar at the Cato Institute has resigned after revelations that he took payments from the lobbyist Jack Abramoff in exchange for writing columns favorable to his clients.'
* "It doesn't really matter how many benchmarks we pass [in Iraq] because there is always another challenge ahead." -Charles Wolfson
* E.J. Dionne Jr. finds the conservatives out of ideas.
* How one of the candidates in Bolivia's election could be a problem for the US.
* Warner signs order preventing hiring discrimination against gays by Virginia state agencies. I reiterate: this wasn't illegal before? Gah.
* What our troops need: clean, hold, rebuild.
* The Amish adjust to being a tourist attraction.
* Google buys a stake in AOL.
* Birds of a feather: Robert Novak is heading to Fox News.
* John Spencer, who played Leo on The West Wing, passed away.
A look back at how old textbooks taught 'intelligent design'. Definitely not what I want the next generation learning in school.
'Buffy,' a Kuiper Belt object, isn't following the rules.
How to get viewers back to the movies.
Best headline ever: Drunk, Half-Naked Finn Sets Norway Record