Tuesday, April 08, 2008

tuesday reads

Army Gen. David Petraeus told a Senate hearing that he recommends a 45-day “period of consolidation and evaluation” once the extra combat forces that President Bush ordered to Iraq last year have completed their pullout in July. He did not commit to a timetable for resuming troop reductions after the 45-day pause.

Scott Horton: A Tale of Three Lawyers

Worldwide "whisper campaign" against Fair Use

The Editors: People with unfortunate last names are making sense

Crime cameras not capturing many crimes

San Francisco's 68 controversial anti-crime cameras haven't deterred criminals from committing assaults, sex offenses or robberies - and they've only moved homicides down the block, according to a new report from UC Berkeley.

Researchers found that nonviolent thefts dropped by 22 percent within 100 feet of the cameras, but the devices had no effect on burglaries or car theft. And they've had no effect on violent crime.

David Michael Green: Channeling Hoover at Home, Tet Abroad

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