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Entries by Steve Clemons from 01/2006

John Bolton & NSA Intercepts: The Connection That Mattered Was International

| Posted 01.04.2006 | Huffington Post

Bolton's errors of judgment don't need to be stretched to include the current controversy over President Bush's side-stepping of the courts in approving domestic wiretaps. They are bad enough as they are.

Elizabeth Holtzman: The Nation's Impeachment Brief

| Posted 01.12.2006 | Huffington Post

Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman has the cover of tomorrow's Nation, and I suspect that it will become the script for those on the left who will be organizing, protesting, advocating, and clamoring for George W. Bush's impeachment.

An Evening with the Bush Administration's Good Side and A Call for Senator Reid's Tough Side

| Posted 01.18.2006 | Politics
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The administration official I spoke to yesterday -- and others -- believe that there have been huge public relations and policy disasters surrounding Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib, rendition, even the NSA intercepts.

Paul Wolfowitz Busy Neo-Conning the World Bank: Staff Rebellion Brewing

| Posted 01.20.2006 | Huffington Post

This simmering tension between Wolfowitz and his staff seems to be deeper and more serious than even the drama of staff reorganization can explain.

Bipartisan Message In New York Times Today Designed to Scare

| Posted 01.30.2006 | Business
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PSA_Union06_v10[1]smallIII.jpg It's a false campaign, designed not to promote trust -- but rather to keep the beneficiaries of a high-fear world in place.