PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

"A useful approach may be to start planning, not for the best but for the worst. Congress and the administration should begin thinking about potential catastrophes in Iraq - and about how to protect the core national interests of the United States and its allies."

Republicans block the debate on Iraq. NYTimes analysis says that it's a betrayal of the voters (good read.)

Whoah. "China's military is reportedly harvesting organs from prison inmates, mostly Falungong practitioners."

The diary of an Iraqi librarian.

* "Who in their right mind would send 363 tons of cash into a war zone? But that's exactly what our government did." Dana Milbank has a different take on things.
* The military wants more civilian help in Iraq. Uh, yeah, let me get back to you on that.
* Zimbabwe descends into chaos.
* Anne Applebaum with solutions for global warming.
* How Bush raises taxes.
* Pentagon to name military command for Africa.
* Robin D. Laws has the news on the ground in New Orleans.
* A wrinkle-free, velcro-enabled Army.
* Haggard update: he's totally straight! Honest! (Courtesy demigoth.)
* Ford brings back the Taurus. Sort of.
* Is Spielberg having second thoughts about the Dreamworks deal?

Gene Weingarten on the future of news.

Welcome to America, 2007: our evolving surveillance society.

BAGnewNotes on corporate robbery, unmasked.
Tags: 2007, news
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