A few windows I have yet to close:
"Similar to sugar pill"
The Food and Drug Administration has repeatedly urged antidepressant manufacturers not to disclose to physicians and the public that some clinical trials of the medications in children found the drugs were no better than sugar pills, according to documents and testimony released at a congressional hearing yesterday.
The Jewish Vote comes home to Kerry
Sen. John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) is gaining support among Jewish voters as growing numbers disapprove of President Bush's handling of the war in Iraq, according to a poll commissioned by the American Jewish Committee.
Village Voice on Roger Stone
Roger Stone spearheaded the pro-Bush mob shutdown of the Miami/Dade recount in 2000.
Polis is a blogger from Cambridge, Massachusetts. Good stuff!
Bush takes the bait
Bravo to John's offensive on Iraq. He has re-framed this debate for what it really is: a trade-off between Saddam in power and the chaotic, terrorist incubator it now is. This is an answer to Bush's "I'm against evil you're for it" scenario. It's something Americans can instinctively understand; we've been living in the same world with dictators forever, even helping them, as in: Saddam. Once Bush's foolishly simplistic worldview is challenged, the rest comes tumbling down. The trick is to say it in ways that busy people working three jobs can quickly grasp, and to keep the focus on serious doubters in Bush's own party, like Chuck Hagel and Doug Bereuter, in every single press release.
Bush's 'Transformational' Democracy
George W. Bush’s advisers call him “a transformational president,” meaning that they believe his election to a second term on Nov. 2 will cement Republican political control for the foreseeable future. Some outsiders might consider the boast hyperbole, but this prediction of conservative hegemony should not be underestimated.
Captain Obvious: The website that's almost as evil as President Bush, but so much smarter.