Monday, July 16, 2007

Monday reads

The balance in the internal White House debate over Iran has shifted back in favour of military action before President George Bush leaves office in 18 months, the Guardian has learned.

Although Bush administration officials have frequently lashed out at Syria and Iran, accusing it of helping insurgents and militias here, the largest number of foreign fighters and suicide bombers in Iraq come from a third neighbor, Saudi Arabia, according to a senior U.S. military officer and Iraqi lawmakers.

Bill Moyers talks with Bruce Fein and John Nichols on why it is so important to impeach the bastards.

A Marine corporal said Marines in his unit began routinely beating Iraqis after officers ordered them to "crank up the violence level," the Los Angeles Times reported.

An internal investigation that the House Intelligence Committee has refused to make public portrays the panel as embarrassingly entangled in the Randy "Duke" Cunningham bribery scandal.

Digby - Protecting The Village

Red Bull: Meat Sugar, Caffeine, and Bile!. Yum!

Princess Sparkle Pony interviews John McCain's Gay Sweater

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