Mike's Blog Round Up Greg Palast:Lay and Skilling were convicted, but what about the $9-plus billion owed to electricity consumers? Bush's Federal En
May 25, 2006

Mike's Blog Round Up

Greg Palast:Lay and Skilling were convicted, but what about the $9-plus billion owed to electricity consumers? Bush's Federal Energy Regulatory Commission slapped Enron--and the other power pirates--on the wrist. Could that have something to do with the fact that Ken Lay, in secret chats with Dick Cheney, selected the Commission's chairmen? Here's more on Bush's relationship with 'Kenny-Boy' and the secret plan to save Enron

The Reality-Based Community: Bush steps in more deep doo doo and Nancy Pelosi has a Sister Souljah moment.

NPR : The Trucker's War on the road in Iraq

Center for Media and Democracy: "Fake TV News" triggers FCC investigation

Booman Tribune: Guess what? On price gouging, the FTC has given the oil companies a clean bill of health. So where should you buy your gas?

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