Monday, June 30, 2008

monday reads

Seymour M. Hersh: The Bush Administration steps up its secret moves against Iran.

The UN today challenged African leaders to negotiate a political settlement in Zimbabwe at the opening of an African Union summit attended by Robert Mugabe.

France's foreign minister calls Zimbabew's government illegitimate.

Tomgram: The Urge to Surge

A comprehensive transatlantic pact clearing the way for the unprecedented supply of private data on European citizens to the American authorities is to be promoted by France in support of the US-driven campaign to combat terrorism and transnational crime.

Fox News, Alabama Attorney General team up against ‘voter fraud’

The latest Republicon ratfuck

Swift boat veterans — especially those who had nothing to do with the group that attacked Senator John Kerry’s military record in the 2004 election — want their good name back, and the good names of the men not lucky enough to come home alive.

Spain - 1 : Germany - 0

Yes, it's been a very hot month in Austin.

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