overall it's shaping up like another rough week for the bushies: dubai ports world, alberto mora, malaysian prime ministers paying abramoff $1.2 mil to meet with dubya, reclassified documents...
meanwhile, away from the headlines a bit...
why the so-called liberal media can't utter the words "permanent u.s. military bases in iraq"
after neoconservativism: fukuyama is reconsidering it all, following an earlier line of thinking
slate offers bush critics you should trust, including reganite supply-sider bruce bartlett whose new book is called Imposter: How George W. Bush Bankrupted America and Betrayed the Reagan Legacy
and finally, in a reminder that all politics is local, an injunction to forget national politics and concentrate on states, and a progressive group that is committed to fighting mounting conservative efforts on this front
thanks to laura rozen, josh marshall, kevin drumm for the leads.