Michelle Malkin's interview with Cindy Sheehan. She has pictures up of an underwhelming anti-war protest in D.C. today, and footage is forthcoming.
Bryan was also at the protest, so he may also have photos up soon.
And, Ann Althouse has thoughts on why these gatherings are mostly fizzling:
We should also take into account the nature of the opposition to the war. When people acknowledge that they disapprove of the President's handling of the war, what does that mean? You might answer that way to say you're unhappy that we haven't yet won decisively. If you think Bush ought to be handling things better, moving us along toward victory along a clearer, more well-defined path, do you feel motivated to go out on the street and protest? What would you chant? I know you're in the middle of a difficult task, but would you please try to figure out a more effective way to complete it?