Monday, February 26, 2007

Odds and Ends

I've got a case of the Mondays, so no energy for any blogging today. Have a feeling it'll be that kind of week too. In the meantime, though, I'm passing along some stories I've come across in the past day or two that I found of interest.

Here's what's going on in the world (with related links in parentheses)...

NY Times: Christian Right Labors to Find ’08 Candidate

LA Times: U.N. calls U.S. data on Iran's nuclear aims unreliable (Related)

The New Yorker (Seymour Hersh): THE REDIRECTION-- Is the Administration’s new policy benefitting our enemies in the war on terrorism? (Related)

AmericaBlog.com: Bush and Cheney admit Democrats are forcing them to get tough on terror (Related)

McClatchy Newspapers: U.S. economy leaving record numbers in severe poverty

Washington Post: Baghdad Plan Has Elusive Targets (Related)

Think Progress: Gibson: Reporters Who Ignore Anna Nicole Smith To Focus On Iraq War Are ‘Snobs’

Reuters: Western states united to bypass Bush on climate (Related)

[PS- I also want to plug a fantastic new online resource-- Open Congress-- a website which tracks all the bills that are working their way through the House and Senate, with full details. It promises to "give you the real story behind each bill". Add to your bookmarks.]

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