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Thursday, April 13, 2006

1. Whiskey Bar: Mutually Assured Dementia (Billmon discusses the seeming lack of interest amongst the media in the 'Bush set to drop nukes on Iran' story. He contends that much of it could be a feeling that "there is no way Bush would do that"; like Billmon, Paul Krugman says, "Yes He Would.")
2. Scheer: Now He Tells Us (Colin Powell comes clean about 3 years too late, prompting our beloved Shakespeare's Sister to dub him "a douchebag" and "possibly a traitor." Here, here sister.)
3. Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi refuses to concede election, case may go to the nation's high court. Chief Justice Scalia asks for a transfer.
4. Maj. Gen. John Batiste: Rumsfeld Should be Replaced (so that makes 4 former generals and about 4 million bloggers, right?)
5. Lingeman: The Gospel of Scooter (just in time for Easter!)

ON THIS DAY: In 1883 Alferd Packer became the first of only two people in U.S. history ever imprisoned on charges of cannibalism. Today, Dick Cheney serves as our vice president. Draw your own conclusions.

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