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Friday, September 17, 2021

It’s the culture, stupid

The rapidly-multiplying scandals ripping through Washington like a category five hurricane has Republicans reassessing their political futures while Democrats rub their hands with glee amid dreams of massive gains in the 2006 midterm elections.

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That championship season

The worst hurricane season on record formally ended last Wednesday, but apparently word didn’t reach the mid-Atlantic, where on Friday the tropical storm Epsilon reached 75 mph, thus officially becoming the year’s 14th hurricane.

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Rethinking the death penalty

New evidence emerges daily verifying what most of us have long suspected: Innocent persons have been put to death in this country for crimes they didn’t commit. We probably will never know how many of the nearly 1,000 executed since 1976 when capital punishment was reinstated by the Supreme Court were not actually guilty of the crimes for which they were convicted. But just one would be excessive.

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FEMA feared riots in Mississippi

Facing a growing body count and shortages of food, water and ice, federal emergency officials braced for riots in Mississippi in the days following Hurricane Katrina, new documents reveal.

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Screwing the pooch on national security

The Bush administration and Congress are “moving at a crawl” against nimble terrorists, leaving the country vulnerable more than four years after the 2001 attacks on New York and Washington, the former September 11 Commission said in a scathing final report on Monday.

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