TPMmuckraker: The Justice Department called David Iglesias, the U.S. attorney in New Mexico, an 'absentee landlord'—a key reason listed
April 4, 2007

TPMmuckraker: The Justice Department called David Iglesias, the U.S. attorney in New Mexico, an 'absentee landlord'—a key reason listed for his firing last December. Just one problem: Iglesias, a captain in the Navy Reserve, was off teaching classes as part of the war on terror.

Consortiumblog: Rove crony and interim U.S. Attorney, Tim Griffin, made claims about his experience as an Army lawyer that have been put in doubt by military records.

Is That Legal? Eric Muller has filed an amicus curiae brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on behalf of Karen Korematsu-Haigh, Jay Hirabayashi, and Holly Yasui challenging their post-9/11 detention

whatever already! Somehow, Paul Wolfowitz's girl friend -- on loan by the World Bank to the State Department-- has now become the highest paid State Department employee.

OFF THE BEATEN PATH: TheApostate, Peripetia, Counterbias,

SolidPolitics, YOUTHinkLeft

Bay Area Houston: Chickenhawk Houston councilman gets punked on his own radio show

Oops..I got punked too! ....and Nicole Belle warned me...

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