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About a decade ago, I invented a game with a colleague of mine who, like me, had once worked for Irving Kristol. We called it neoconservative bingo.
My Dear Napoleon,
Nothing stirs Democrats' anger like the fearmongering rhetoric Bush/Cheney employed on the march to war.
"Oh, this is the guy who is supposed to get it," Pam Earle-Benbow said as John Kerry addressed a candidate forum that drew several thousand advocates for low-income families to the Township Audit
Where to go if Dean pulls out of the race? Marc Cooper reports from Arizona.
The greatest threat to hopes of defeating Bush remains Democratic business as usual.
I used to think we should get
rid of First Ladies.
Ralph Nader replies, in "Whither The Nation?"
Click here for info on Bruce Shapiro's Shaking the Foundations: 200 Years of Investigative Journalism in America, recently released by Nation Books.
Don't forget about David Corn's new book, The
Lies of George W. Bush: Mastering the Politics of
Deception (Crown Publishers). For more information and a sample, check out the book's website: www.bushlies.com