This week’s Claude Rains moment. Cheney told the CIA to keep info from Congress.
I”m curious as to why there isn’t more coverage of the cyber attacks that are hitting the US Government. Probably because we are afraid to admit something, and also because there is no good video.
Folks are spending a lot of time arguing about saving journalism and the like. I’m not sure it is worth saving at times. Here’s an example of why. From Dvorak Uncensored, some interesting “suppressed footage” from 60 minutes the Swine Flu vaccine disaster from 1977-78.
Newt Gingrich gets it thrown back in his face by a New Hampshire fisherman.
The Republican sex scandals keep getting sillier and sillier. So does the coverage and the commentary. How about this from John Marshall: Economy May Force Politicians to Have Sex with Their Own Wives.
Frank Rich, predictably, continues to elevate Palin through his derision of her. Of course she deserves the derision. Rich’s problem here is that he understands ‘real Americans’ as much as Palin, Mika Brzezinksi, or anyone else who has been tossing that phrase around lately as if it means something.
Google shakes up things with the announcement of the Google Chrome OS. Some (like me) think this will change things long before we even see the eternal beta. Some think not. Hot topic in the tech world, that will turn hotter.