Since almost the day he assumed power, George W Bush has left a trail of broken careers in his wake. Below is a list of but a handful of the most familiar names on the rolls of the fallen:
Oct. 17 (Bloomberg) -- A special counsel is focusing on whether Vice President Dick Cheney played a role in leaking a covert CIA agent's name, according to people familiar with the probe that already threatens top White House aides Karl Rove and
The Times ran its long-promised story on Saturday, "The Miller Case: A Notebook, a Cause, a Jail Cell and a Deal," put together by the NYT's investigative team of Don Van Natta Jr., Adam Liptak, Clifford J. Levy and Janny Scott under th
There is one enormous journalism scandal hidden in Judith Miller's Oct. 16th first person article about the (perhaps lesser) CIA leak scandal. And that is Ms. Miller's revelation that she was granted a DoD security clearance while embedded wi
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The Ruckus Society is pleased to introduce the Karl Rove NeoCondom. This first edition prophylactic is embossed with the face of our President’s Chief Political Strategist (i.e. “Bush’s Brain”) and reads “Some Things Should Never Leak.”
If you are tired of secularists telling you that The Lord has no place in our government and our public institutions, then show them that you disagree.
Karl Rove walked into the federal courthouse Friday for a fourth grand jury appearance in the CIA leak probe, following public disclosure of his conversations with two reporters about the identity of a covert officer at the spy agency.
For the first time in the poll, Bush’s approval rating has sunk below 40 percent, while the percentage believing the country is heading in the right direction has dipped below 30 percent
According to a poll by the Zogby organization, just released by the group Afterdowningstreet.org, 50 percent of the American public now would like to see the House impeach Bush if it were found that he had lied about the reasons for going to war in I
Calame also declined to comment on why the paper had printed so few letters to the editor on Miller, or why no columnists (besides Frank Rich) have written about her lately. "I can't speak for the editorial page at all," he said. "
46 seconds of O'Reilly getting ready to dump Bush Administration... here it comes :)
Keith Olbermann hit a home run with this segment on the politicization of terror alerts called "The Nexus of Politics and Terror."
You went to jail in the summer. It is fall now. You will have stories to cover -- Iraqi elections and suicide bombers, biological threats and the Iranian nuclear program. Out West, where you vacation, the aspens will already be turning. They turn in
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Randy gets into it with Janet Parshall the right winger over NYC. JP uses the talking point of "we're fighting them over there rather than over here" nonsense. Randi quickly points her to the NYC subway scare.
Fitzgerald does not have to send Rove or anyone else a target letter before indicting him. The only reason to send target letters now is that Fitzgerald believes one or more of his targets will flip and become a prosecution witness at the pre-indictm
Lawrence O'Donnell joins Keith Olbermann on MSNBC to discuss Rove and the grand jury testimony. Rove is volunteering to testify. - You'll love this!
WASHINGTON President Bush's push to extend the Patriot Act is drawing fire from a sector that's normally on his side, powerful business groups.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The federal prosecutor investigating who leaked the identity of a CIA operative is expected to signal within days whether he intends to bring indictments in the case, legal sources close to the investigation said on Wednesday.
However, several sources directly familiar with the investigation told The Associated Press that Mr. Fitzgerald sent a letter accepting Mr. Rove's offer to testify but warning that prosecutors could no longer guarantee the presidential aide would
She admitted, however, that perhaps she will feel that the federal prosecutor, Patrick J. Fitzgerald, acted in good faith if he brings indictments this month. "Let's wait and see what Mr. Fitzgerald has. If he brings indictments, if he has a
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Officials tell ABC News the alleged spy worked undetected at the White House for almost three years. Leandro Aragoncillo, 46, was a U.S. Marine most recently assigned to the staff of Vice President Dick Cheney.
He closed the letter on this personal note (although he wasn’t quite right on when autumn begins): “You went into jail in the summer. It is fall now. You will have stories to cover—Iraqi elections and suicide bombers, biological threats and the Irani