Last week was the anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq War. For friends and family members of the thousands of Americans and allies killed or wounded in that struggle, or of the tens of thousands of Iraqis killed, wounded or displaced, it probably wasn't a happy one. We don't know whether these ... More >>
In the latest round of Congress v. internet, the House of Representatives voted 248-168 Thursday in favor of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. The measure would encourage companies such as Facebook to freely share your info with law enforcement agencies if you seem like a "cyber th ... More >>
It's one thing for a reporter to have a billionaire in his pocket and pick his own next owner. It's another for the reporter, Newsweek's esteemed Howard Fineman, to have pocketed the billionaire by boosting his wife in print for years. I went to the Columbia Journalism dinner in 2006 when Fi ... More >>
Keith Kelly reports in the New York Post, like, a few minutes ago that Newsweek editor-in-chief Jon Meacham is supposedly out once the magazine's sale to Sidney Harmon is complete. Politico's Mike Allen just reported what's all but a confirmation. And Michael Calderone of Yahoo just Tweeted o ... More >>
As Schizo Letters of the Week go, this one is in a league of its own. If only all crazy people wrote with such clarity and style... There is mounting evidence that the military is using aircraft that was outfitted with technology intended for warfare in Iraq and Afghanistan to conduct experimen ... More >>
What did Bush know and when did he know it? Will the next president pardon him?
Forcibly silenced, an invited speaker at Columbia has not been invited back.
House Republicans derail probes of Plame affair
Like an episode of 'Fear Factor,' with Porter Goss guest-starring as 'The Apprentice'
The Tenet-Rumsfeld Bushwhackers
Double-Playing 9-11 Errors