Daily Archives: September 26, 2008
It’s good to finally shed some light on the issue. Thanks to Zachary Roth of TPM and Johanna Neumann of the LAT for the video.
New story out today at the Atlantic: The Justice Department is investigating whether former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales created a set of fictitious notes so that President Bush would have a rationale for reauthorizing his warrantless eavesdropping program, according to … Continue reading
Newspaper reporters sue their readers. Alternative newspaper to become blog. It apparently has already long been a blog– or rather a chat room anyway. And on top of everything else, just what we need: even less oversight. National Review Online: … Continue reading
Opening statements from the Ted Stevens bribery trial: WASHINGTON — The corruption trial of Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens began Thursday with sharply divergent portraits of the long-serving Republican. In opening statements in the highly anticipated case, prosecutors accused Stevens of … Continue reading