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Paul Bremer’s Year in Iraq

Paul Bremer was on Dateline tonight talking with Brian Williams about his new book, “My Year in Iraq.” Bremer, was “Bush’s man in Baghdad— and still a strong defender of the war.” However, Williams notes preceding the interview that Bremer “now says mistakes were made in the administration’s approach to the war effort.” Here’s a […]

Abramoff: The Repubican Scandal

Republicans have been trying to deflect criticism surrounding the Abramoff scandal by falsely claiming it is a bipartisan issue. Republicans have been able to confuse the issue since many groups represented by Abramoff, for obviously reasons, did donate to both parties. What is more significant is that 100% of money directly from Abramoff was donated […]

Specter Seeks Gonzales Testimony on Spying

Sen. Arlen Specter, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said today that he has asked Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to testify during open Senate hearings on the legality of the Bush administration’s domestic wiretapping program. Spector has said that he is “troubled by the legal arguments the administration has presented for establishing the National […]

Sunday Morning TV Line-Up, Pre-Alito Hearings Blitz

The Sunday morning line-up looks like a pre-Alito hearings TV Blitz … FOX NEWS SUNDAY: We’ll preview the upcoming hearings with two key senators on the Judiciary Committee: Sens. Lindsey Graham, (R-S.C.), and Dianne Feinstein, (D-Calif.). Also, President Bush defends a domestic surveillance program as a vital tool for the War in Terror. But Democrats […]

Statement by Senator Feinstein in Advance of Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings for Judge Samuel A. Alito

On Monday the Senate Judiciary Committee begins the nomination hearings for Samuel Alito. Senator Dianne Feinstein released the following statement late yesterday in advance of the hearings: “This is probably the most important appointment in more than a decade because it carries with it the balance of the Court on many critical issues. Justice O’Connor […]