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Monthly Archives: March 2004
Accuser: Washington Animal (link, second bullet point) Verdict: Innocent CNN reports The State Department did strike Osama bin Laden’s name and picture from their annual threat assessment. However, they replaced him with more extensive coverage of al Qaeda, which had … Continue reading
This entry will be a roundup of an ongoing series discussing common allegations, true and false, around the 9/11 attacks, Al Qaeda, and other global war on terrorism related discussion points.
Cue video tape from the 2002 SOTU: bush: “weapons of mass destruction” cue tape from fall 2003: bush: “weapons of mass destruction related programs” cue tape from 2004 sotu: bush: “Weapons of mass destruction related program activities” cue John Kerry: … Continue reading
read: “Terrorists Don’t Need States” What I don’t understand is why the republican right, specifically the Bush White House, don’t understand the idea of non-state-sponsored terrorism. If there’s one thing they should get it’s privatization and faith-based initiatives….
The smear campaign against Richard Clarke continues. For a bit of perspective on the charges leveled at him by the 9/11 Commission, and in particular John Lehman (former secretary of the navy under Reagan), check out this excellent rebuttal from … Continue reading
Thanks to drudgereport.com for the link (via wonkette)
A man of the people? It’s all fucking propoganda.
for those of you busy watching Clarke on 60 minutes, check out a few of these: a video of Eric Alterman (author of What Liberal Media?, The Book On Bush and Altercation) appearing on Dennis Miller’s soon to be doomed … Continue reading
wxBlog is now very close to prime time. It doesn’t puke out exceptions all the time and it has some semblence of sanity on how often it polls. There’s still no real preferences dialogs and there’s no automatic polling yet, … Continue reading
Bruce Eckles thinks Java Generics suck And, upon reading what he’s said…. I think I agree. Having recently been studying C++ templating seriously for the first time… egads. Java 1.5 generics don’t come close.