Media Watch: Editor’s Note: An Apology To Our Readers
Should we expect any indictments out of this? John Cole links up to talk from the DC rumor mill. Karl Rove is expected to talk to Special Counsel Fitzgerald again. Fitzgerald will be wrapping up his 2 year investigation into the alleged Plame name leak at the end of this month. Tom Maguire has all […]
Add Bill at Pundit Guy to the list of those celebrating their blogiversaries this month Here’s to many more!
I’m pro-death penalty, but I’d bet even some of the most ardent opponents of it would reconsider after reading this: DES MOINES (AP) — A homeless man who’s a registered sex offender was arrested after police said he grabbed a toddler and sexually assaulted her in the men’s room of the downtown public library. Police hailed […]
Via ABC News: Oct. 6, 2005 — The New York Police Department is investigating what it deems a credible tip that 19 operatives have been deployed to the city to place bombs in the subway, and security in the subways will be increased, sources told ABC News. While the police department is taking the threat […]
Just more evidence that this guy is a disgrace: WASHINGTON — A Texas prosecutor tried to convince a grand jury that Representative Tom DeLay gave tacit approval to a series of laundered campaign contributions, and when jurors declined to indict, he became angry, according to two people directly familiar with the proceeding. The grand jury […]
Here’s a transcript of the speech he made today at the National Endowment for Democracy. Haven’t had a chance to read it in full but will later this evening. Posting a link for others who may not have had a chance or been able to listen to it when it was made this morning.
Unbelievable: A Travis County grand jury last week refused to indict former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay as prosecutors raced to salvage their felony case against the Sugar Land Republican. In a written statement Tuesday, Travis County District Attorney Ronnie Earle acknowledged that prosecutors presented their case to three grand juries — not just […]