Sunday, December 28, 2008

The Reaction in Review (Dec. 28, 2008)

Looking ahead to a Happy New Year for all our readers . . .
Here are a weekend's Reactions that deserve a second look:


By Carol Gee: "End of the year national security wrap-up" -- Summarizing the latest significant news items connected to the world of Intel, Gitmo, Court decisions, etc.


By Michael J.W. Stickings: "Truth, justice and the Zimbabwean way" -- Michael concludes, "The Mugabe regime is the enemy of truth and justice. There won't be any of either in Zimbabwe until Mugabe is gone."

By Creature: "Another disaster on Bush's watch" -- Creature's short-and-sweet comments on the "largest environmental disaster of its kind in the United States," that will go on Bush's growing list.

By Capt. Fogg: "Light at heart" -- The good Captain takes on Rush Limbaugh, "Chip" Saltsman, et al for their distribution of a disturbing, shameful, racist piece of garbage . . . at Christmas time!

By Mustang Bobby: "Harold Pinter (1930-2008)" -- A great writer's personal reflection on the life of a playwright who inspired so many with his unique style, keen mind, prolific pen and fierce independence.

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