Digby has some salient comments about a Washington Monthly article discussing the press' refusal to acknowledge that extremism is largely a product of the right. It may not always have been, and it may not always be. But it sure is now.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi gives visitors a chance to grade Bush on education.
At Pandagon, Ezra notes that Uganda is more sensible about fighing AIDS than the Bush administration, and wonders why the Republicans don't support the troops.
Rittenhouse revisits the Moon over Washington incident, wherein elected representatives participated in a coronation ceremony for Rev. Sun Myung Moon, on the occasion of the story having finally made the mainstream press. Also, a collection of notable political happenings.
Courtesy of BuzzFlash: the New York Times reports on a Senate defeat for media ownership deregulation, the group planning to move Christians to South Carolina has their own website and you should see their list of complaints, President Gore says what needs to be said, Dick Cheney has a 'frank exchange of views' with Senator Leahy, Blumenthal says that it's all coming apart for Bush, Jessica Stern talks about how to fight terror, orders for durable goods fall while home sales rise to an all-time high, and we get the news that drug companies spend more on advertising than on research.Posted by natasha at June 25, 2004 01:01 AM | Recommended Reading | Technorati links |