Thursday, January 15, 2004
Slate's Dahlia Lithwick reports on compassion for the disabled at the Supreme Court.
Wednesday, January 14, 2004
Paul Krugman looks at the "awful truth" revealed by Ron Suskind's new book
Another Administration insider corroborates Paul O'Neill's disclosure that the Bush Administration was planning for the invasion of Iraq long before 9/11.
Here is a link to the Army War College report criticizing the invasion and occupation of Iraq as a diversion from the "war" on terrorism.
Yesterday the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Trinko. Not surprisingly, the Court narrowly interpreted Aspen Skiing and again ducked the issue of the viability of the essential facilities doctrine.
Monday, January 12, 2004
The Bush Administration's response to Paul O'Neill's revelations? "We didn't listen to him when he was there," said a top aide. "Why should we now?"
The Des Moines Register endorses John Edwards.
Michael Kinsley examines Washington's "free trade butters."
Slate's Daniel Gross explains how the Bush Administration is using the Social Security fund to mask the true size of the federal budget deficit.
The International Monetary Fund has issued a report warning of the dangers presented to global economic stability presented by the U.S. budget and trade deficits.
As reported in the Chicago Tribune, Paul O'Neill discloses in a new book that when he warned Dick Cheney of the looming financial crisis Cheney replied that "deficits don't matter" and that "this is our due." A month later O'Neill was fired.
Here is a link to John Edwards' Presidential T.V. ads.
Paul O'Neill reveals that President Bush intended to invade Iraq long before 9/11. So much for the Al Qaeda connection.