Gonzales did not acknowledge the obvious. The fact that Gonzales's legal opinions directly led to the abuse and torture of prisoners is an open secret. But as always, that which is hidden in the open is always hardest to find.
In the new order, accusations are made, damning investigations and documents are publicized, but no accountability is taken. No heads role. Quite the opposite, torture heads are rewarded.
Despite reports of an improving economy, charities are experiencing an increase in the number of people asking for help to pay the rent or feed their children.
The Bush administration has issued a new directive retreating from its previously permissive view of torture.
Helping the poorest nations on earth overcome one of the largest natural disasters in history is less important than the Bush inauguration. The inauguration of Bush is more important than rebuilding the lives of millions.
The U.S. has "persuaded" the interim Iraqi government to cut social subsidies, reconsider past oil deals with France and Russia and allow U.S. companies full access to the nation's oil reserves.
A Military Times Poll found that almost 66% of active duty U.S. soldiers approve of Bush's handling of the situation, and 73% believe Washington is ''very'' or ''somewhat likely'' to succeed in Iraq.
Evening news fails to report forest rule changes. And if you really want to know what goes on in America, read the news on off-cycle weekends and holidays. They just love to slip things in...
Airport security isn't tight enough, little has been done to safeguard other forms of mass transit, the ports remain vulnerable to terrorists