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January 14, 2006

A Good Day To Visit Salon

-- by Gary Boatwright

If you haven’t visited Salon recently, this would be a good day to get a day pass by watching a 30 second commercial. Stop by The War Room and then read a few of the articles in The Opinion Section:

California's environmental bad boy: Republican Rick Pombo wants to drill, mine and develop America down to the last acre. But will close ties to Tom DeLay and Jack Abramoff pollute his reelection chances? By Amanda Griscom Little [2006-01-10]

Let us prey: Jack Abramoff and his deeply religious right-wing cronies express their "biblical worldview" by swindling Indian tribes and bribing legislators. Verily, mysterious are the ways of the Lord. By Joe Conason [2006-01-06]

Bush's war on professionals: The president is determined to stop whistle-blowers and the press from halting his administration's illegal, ever-expanding secret government. But it may be too late. By Sidney Blumenthal [2006-01-05]

King George: It is slowly becoming clear that the Bush administration's real goal is not winning the right to torture, or to spy on Americans, or to lock people up without recourse. It is absolute power. By Tom Engelhardt [2006-01-05]

Posted by Gary Boatwright at January 14, 2006 7:08 AM

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