Travel and the first killer cold of 2005 have slowed things down. Thus, here’s a few things from the last several days I should have mentioned earlier:
- 14 Days in Iraq maps “the human cost of a fortnight in an embattled land.” Civilian fatalities not included.
- Clueless or what? From the WaPo: “President Bush said the public’s decision to reelect him was a ratification of his approach toward Iraq and that there was no reason to hold any administration officials accountable for mistakes or misjudgments in prewar planning or managing the violent aftermath.” It is, of course, all Fool’s Gold.
- Frank Rich looks at television’s downsizing of the continuing torture story.
- Krugman. Here and here. Enough said.
- While I don’t know if I agree, here’s an interesting discussion of why Bloggers vs. Journalists Is Over. (Via J-Log).
- One more inaugural address commentary: The Speech Misheard Around The World.
- Take the quiz: What kind of Sixties person are you? (Via TalkLeft). I am