Scandal! Shocking! Shame! A public relations setback for the war! The world no longer trusts America with her loss of the moral high ground!
And so, Abu Ghraib goes into the lexicon with My Lai and other locales of infamy.
Last week I wrote a column saying that CBS should have thought twice before showing the photos from Abu Ghraib prison.
This week marks National Police Week. Presumptive Democratic nominee John Kerry celebrated America's law enforcement officers by stating:
How votes in the November 2004 general election will be counted broke into the news recently when California Secretary of State Kevin Shelley banned the use of 14,000 touch-screen voting machines because of security and reliability concerns.
Were terrorists to wipe out most of the Congress, how would republican government survive? Some fear the current plan to elect new congressmen won't work. The ensuing elections might be . . . uncompetitive!
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