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The battle between the mainstream media and the blogs isn't starting. It's already over. The blogs won.

The Blogosphere By the Numbers
The size of the blogosphere has doubled every five months over the last year and a half,

Blogosphere vs. mainstream media
The last decade of the 20th century will be remembered for the global Internet. The first decade of the 21st century will be remembered for blogs.

If journalists won't point out the liars, who will?
Reporters at some point need to realize that fairness in reporting doesn't mean ignoring truth. At some point, if you have evidence that someone likely isn't telling the truth, you have to say it.

Bush's journalism jihad exposed
"With the Bushies, if you're their friend, anything goes. If you're their critic, nothing goes. They're waging a jihad against journalists - buying them off so they'll promote administration programs, trying to put them in jail for doing their jobs, and replacing them with ringers."

It is a sad disgrace that, unless you're tuned into the national media or what is now known as the blogosphere, or unless you read the Reporter, you can't find anything out about what our local representative in Congress has been up to over the past week.

Conservative Bloggers Blow Gaskets; Panties Also Reported To Be in "Bunch" The Bush Administration, which is the governmental outfit presumably keeping us from suffering a nuclear holocaust tomorrow, is so lax in securing the personal safety of the President that they unknowingly and unwittingly allowed a gay prostitute using a false name and posing as a journalist to get within ten feet of a sitting U.S. President (memo to The Rocket: prostitution is a crime); or B. The Bush Administration, which ran on "moral values" and the second-class citizenship status of homosexuals, has some obscure reason to be "okay" with the fact that The Bulldog is a gay whore: like, he's blackmailing them, or balling the hell out of someone high up in the White House.

The strange story of White House reporter 'Jeff Gannon',0,4042766.column
Based upon recent events, it appears that George W. Bush creates not only his own reality, but also, his own news media.

"Gannon" scandal leads to link between high-level Republicans, high-level Democrats

Pentagon is lying its way out of an unwinnable war - again
...the White House and the Pentagon are run by civilians who have never sweated it out on a battlefield. Never before in our country’s history has an administration charged with defending our nation been so lacking in hands-on combat experience and therefore so ignorant about the art and science of war.

Bush friend regrets releasing secret tapes
Mr. Bush appears to admit using marijuana and talks about how he intends to skate around questions on possible cocaine use.

Bush's '06 Budget Would Scrap or Reduce 154 Programs
"Does the program meet the nation's priorities"? Is it an appropriate use of taxpayer dollars? And does it "produce the intended results"?

Russia told to pursue democracy
"We recognize that reform will not happen overnight," Bush said. "We must always remind Russia, however, that our alliance stands for a free press, a vital opposition, the sharing of power and the rule of law — and the United States and all European countries should place democratic reform at the heart of their dialogue with Russia."


George W Bush arrived in Europe with research showing that anti-Americanism is deeper and broader than at any time in modern history.
It will take more than emollient words to heal divisions over Iraq, especially as Mr Bush failed to admit any fault over intelligence or misgiving for invading Iraq.

Senators visit Iraq for first-hand look
McCain said the group had not left the Green Zone, home to Iraqi government institutions and the American and British embassies, because of the security situation.

Sen. Clinton Says Iraq Insurgents Failing
Today, security is so bad that none of the senators dared drive through Baghdad's streets, even in armored cars. Aside from the Green Zone, their only glimpse of the capital came from the relative safety of U.S. military helicopters that ferried them from the airport.

Shiites Pick Al-Jaafari As Iraq PM Nominee
He also said calling for the immediate withdrawal of coalition troops would be a "mistake" given the lack of security in Iraq.

Wanted: Interrogators for Iraq Interrogators for Iraq
This position is in Iraq and requires U.S Citizenship with a Secret clearance.

Did US Military Kill Journalists in Iraq
"Well, I was sitting there in my tank with my finger on the trigger button, and he was wearing this sign that said 'press'..."

According to Ms. Adie, who twelve years ago covered the last Gulf War, the Pentagon attitude is: "entirely hostile to the the free spread of information."

Americans and rebels begin talks on timetable for withdrawal from Iraq
The US military has lost 1,479 dead and 10,740 wounded in Iraq since the invasion began in March 2003.

OCCUPIED BAGHDAD -- Three U.S. soldiers were killed and eight others were wounded Monday when a roadside bomb detonated in the capital near a helicopter carrying an Army medical team, U.S. military officials said.

A third intifada?
There were also warnings of possible plots to attack the third holiest shrine in Islam, al-Aqsa Mosque to provoke the Palestinians into retaliation and sabotage the Gaza disengagement plan.

Israel has been privately pressing Washington to solve the Iran nuclear problem in a hint that
Tel Aviv may be left with no choice but to bomb Iranian nuclear facilities, defense officials say. Military analysts say the United States "would have no problem" taking out Iran's major nuclear facilities should it decide to launch a pre-emptive strike.

Iran readies military, fearing a U.S. attack
Tensions with Bush administration surge over Tehran's disputed nuclear ambition

IAF: Israel must be prepared for an air strike on Iran
The assassination of former Lebanese PM Rafik Hariri "can create a new picture in Lebanon," Shakedi said.

Assassinating Al-Hariri Fits Washington’s Plan
To understand who assassinated Rafik al-Hariri we don’t need to look any further than the $1.5 billion US Embassy currently under construction in Baghdad. The new embassy, the largest of its kind in the world, will facilitate 1,800 employees and serve as the regional nerve center for American political and economic activity.
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So when do we get invaded to remove the rogue government that spies on its own people, gases its own people during anti War protests, stages "terrorist" attacks, holds crooked elections, attacks other nations without cause, and uses torture on innocent people looking for WMD that don't exist?

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