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Mike's Blog Round Up

Mike's Blog Round Up Sic Semper Tyrannis 2006: Here we have an exchange of e-mail between Joe Galloway and Donald Rumsfeld's press guy, Larry Dirita.

Mike's Blog Round Up

Sic Semper Tyrannis 2006: Here we have an exchange of e-mail between Joe Galloway and Donald Rumsfeld's press guy, Larry Dirita. Joe Galloway is one of the greatest friends the American soldier ever had. He is the reporter who went to LZ X-Ray in 1965 with the First Battalion, Seventh Cavalry Regiment. He is the reporter in the film "We Were Soldiers." Definitely worth reading. (thnx to reader, Taters)

The Opinion Mill: Unless something major happens, don't expect any tectonic shifts in power come November.

American Politics Journal: A former USAF intel officer, ex-cop, and journalist writes that it's time to revisit the way Junior became Lt. Bush in the first place.

Talk To Action: Just how desperate does Georgia lieutenant gubernatorial candidate Ralph Reed have to be to court and count on the support of a pro-choice, pro-gay, pro-gun control, divorced Catholic politician from New York who has confessed to having sex with his cousin on a regular basis over the course of 14 years?

Greg Palast: Big Brother tries to fool Randi Rhodes...

Bring it On! They forgot freedom of the press...

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