Tuesday, January 31, 2006


Coretta Scott King, 78, Dies

Gonzales Lied to Congress

The Silliest Speech in the Union
"George Bush is being criticized for acting like a king as he asserts extraordinary new powers for his office. So it would be clever political theater if this week he delivered his State of the Union address on paper. He could emulate Thomas Jefferson, who in 1801 mailed his speech in, arguing that the ceremony smacked too much of the British monarchy."
Newspapers are dead. Blogs rule.

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