March 27, 2003

Neo-con news, and a song!

Josh Marshall has a new article at The Washington Monthly. In it he lays out a possible scenario for the Administration's hawks (Perle, Wolfowitz, et. al.), and it's not a pretty picture. If he's right, Iraq is step one on a long climb. In breaking news, Perle has resigned. It's unclear just what impact, if any, that may have on their plans.

Open government? If you want to know what sort of discussions went on between Cheney and the Energy Task Force, fuhgaddeaboutit! The VP's conversations can now be classified for 25 years. Previously, that classification authority resided only with the President and agency heads.

Alright, enough of that stuff: have a blogging song! A little melancholy, perhaps (sample line: "Blank page, nothin' to say, Just pictures of my cats today"), but cute.

Posted by Linkmeister at March 27, 2003 02:30 PM