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About those e-mails . . .

Today, in a performance that seems largely a repeat of his Senate appearance, Alberto Gonzales had his say in front of the House Judiciary Committee. It’s hard to see how…

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Pay No Attention to the Man Behind The Curtain

Alberto Gonzales’s prepared remarks, just released to the House Judiciary Committee, contain a strained plea. It’s time for Congress to move on, he says, and stop obsessing about all this…

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Faulkner or a Machine Translation from German?

Take the test. The internet eliminates the dead give-away: any original Faulkner has the unmistakable smell of bourbon about it. Read More

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Condi Rice and Saddam Hussein

In his fascinating portrait of Condoleezza Rice in the current issue of The Atlantic, David Samuels gives us a Condi who really believes her administration’s rhetoric about its democratic mission…

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Bush Administration Fails to Brief Congress on Covert Ops

In the report attached to the 2008 intelligence authorizations bill, the House Intelligence Committee notes that last year the Bush Administration unlawfully conducted a major covert intelligence operation without delivering…

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A Question for the Most Mendacious Attorney General Ever

Georgetown’s Marty Lederman has a zinger: Mr. Attorney General, in your written statement to this Committee, you insist that “[w]e must ensure that all the facts surrounding the situation are…

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The Cheney that We Know and Love

Yochi Dreazen of the Wall Street Journal reports on Dick Cheney’s surprise visit to Baghdad. Seems Cheney was most focused on keeping the press away: At one point, Cheney emphasized…

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“Strength is Injustice”

In the center of bustling Tashkent, in what was once the colonizers’ half, a typically Russian provincial city which lacks the distinctive character of the ancient Central Asian cities like…

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Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

“Which brings us to that troubling question: who can be entrusted with power? Who will guard the guardians themselves?” That was Juvenal’s question put to a proponent of the Socratic…

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Satan Lives! (In Utah)

One of the most brilliant American theologians of our day is Princeton’s Elaine Pagels, known for her fascinating work on ancient Gnostic texts, among other things. In 1995, she published…

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U.S. Attorneys Scandal—Guam

Now that the basic pattern has been established—the appointment of politically pliant United States attorneys, who understand that they are to use their powers to advance the interests of the…

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U.S. Attorneys Scandal—Kansas City

Kansas City Star reporters David Helling and Steve Kraske come up with more information suggesting that former U.S. Attorney Tom Graves was fired and that there were two principal concerns…

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Omertà: The Gonzales Angle

Alberto Gonzales is still the attorney general, which considering what he’s been through over the last two months is an amazing fact. George Bush, in remarks for a cinco de…

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Turkey and Iraq

Many analysts are now viewing a confrontation involving Turkey, the United States, and Kurdish Iraq as a serious prospect for this summer. If things continue to develop in this direction,…

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Scientists 1, Department of the Army 0

In “Bush’s War on Journalists,” I discussed the Department of the Army’s operational security slideshow, in which soldiers were warned of the classes of people to be particularly on guard…

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U.S. Attorneys Scandal—Seattle

Last week, I reported here and again here on the interview run in a local Seattle public affairs broadcaster concerning the murder of a young AUSA named Thomas Wales and…

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A Poem from the Original Green Evangelical

The world is charged with the grandeur of God. It will flame out, like shining from shook foil; It gathers to a greatness, like the ooze of oil Crushed. Why…

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Republican Quotes KKK Grand Wizard on House Floor

On Sunday, I wrote about the current penchant for counterfeiting Winston Churchill, including effort to pass off Donald Rumsfeld as a Churchill-look-alike. Earlier I documented the GOP tendency to utter…

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Colombia, Political Hackery, and the Washington Post

On Sunday, under the heading “Assault on an Ally,” the Washington Post published an extraordinary editorial assailing Patrick Leahy, Nancy Pelosi, and other Democratic leaders. It appears the Democrats were…

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Bush Blunder Brings British Broadsides

In Britain, Bush’s suggestion in a speech that Queen Elizabeth II had previously traveled to America to participate in Independence Day celebrations–in 1776–has grabbed headlines. In fairness to Bush, however,…

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U.S. Attorneys Scandal—District of Columbia

Over the last month I’ve gotten a number of notes from readers suggesting that closer attention should be paid to Jeffrey A. Taylor, the U.S. Attorney for the District of…

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Big Brother Has Free Speech Rights, Too

Recently a federal appeals court warmed the hearts of civil libertarians by making clear that one right in the Bill of Rights has survived 9/11: the right to use firearms.…

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U.S. Attorneys Scandal—Little Rock

This weekend, BBC reporter Greg Palast quoted a source as stating that Tim Griffin, a Karl Rove protégé whose appointment as U.S. attorney in Little Rock launched the U.S. attorneys…

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Doolittle Accuses Gonzales of Playing Politics

In his hometown paper, the Auburn Journal, Republican Congressman John T. Doolittle writes that the FBI raid of his home in Northern Virginia and incessant questioning of his wife is…

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Still More Evidence That David Broder Doesn’t Read the Washington Post

The failure of the House last week to override President Bush’s veto of an Iraq spending bill that included a timetable for withdrawal made that certain. The Democratic leadership already…

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U.S. Attorneys Scandal—Kansas City

McClatchy nails Brad Schlozman on partisan hiring tactics: Congressional investigators are beginning to focus on accusations that a top civil rights official at the Justice Department illegally hired lawyers based…

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Colonel with a Conscience

The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday on the case of a Marine Corps colonel, V. Stuart Couch, who refused to handle the prosecution of a Guantánamo detainee, Mohamedou Ould Slahi,…

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