"Bush is still running a no-fault foreign policy. Iraq is a quagmire, a tragedy of accumulated errors that may be unparalleled in American history. Yet the president has not held a single member of his national-security team publicly responsible for any of those errors. Seen in that light, the president's
commutation of Libby's sentence could hardly be less surprising."
-- Michael Hirsh, Link
O'Reilly dropped in DC
Yesterday, O'Reilly's Washington, D.C. radio station (WJFK,106.7 FM) dropped his show.
I'm sure on Monday when he returns from vacation, the No-Spinster, who is never shy about
telling us about the failure of liberal radio, will be telling them about his own.
Of course, if I have my math right, "isn't hot" is a lot better than "not at all."
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