Greg Palast: There’s only one thing worse than sacking an honest prosecutor. That’s replacing an honest prosecutor with a criminal. The re
March 7, 2007

Greg Palast: There’s only one thing worse than sacking an honest prosecutor. That’s replacing an honest prosecutor with a criminal. The real question is: Who changed the Patriot Act to make it easier to replace U.S. attorneys without oversight, and how did it happen with nobody looking?

The Raw Story: A Soviet-era detention compound in Poland was the site of CIA secret interrogation and detention

Bradford Plumer: Varieties of Denialists...the Senate Republican Policy Committee, chaired by Kay Bailey Hutchinson, has put out a new "paper" on global warming.

The National Interest: In a series of particularly telling incidents, we can see how Dick Cheney misled Congress, shifted the blame to a subordinate and made false statements to his own president...in 1990

TPMCafe: It's way past time for Bill Keller to go

OFF THE BEATEN PATH: Progressive Blog Digest...darrel plant...The Pubhouse Dialogues...Aunt Alice's Nutshell News

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