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Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Rove, Novak conspired to cover Valerie Plame leak

According to Murray Waas, one of the best investigative reporters working in Washington these days, White House presidential guru Karl Rove and right-wing columnist Robert Novak conspired to cover Rove’s involvement in the leaking of covert CIA agent Valerie Plame’s name to the press.

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Justice or politics?

The problem for the White House is that it has so damaged relations with both parties on Capitol Hill that such a farfetched idea of political hanky panky by the White House using FBI agents no longer seems farfetched. This is a president who signed 750 bills with his fingers crossed behind his back, meaning that in separate memos he stipulated that if he didn’t want to enforce them, he wouldn’t.

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Congress gets a much-needed lesson on loss of freedoms

From the standpoint of public sympathy, the House couldn’t have chosen a worse time to stand on constitutional principle. The voters surely do not share the House members’ outrage at a weekend FBI raid of a congressional office in connection with a spreading influence-peddling investigation that has tarred the whole institution.

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Bush, Blair admit setbacks in Iraq

President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair acknowledged difficult progress in the Iraq war they launched together in 2003, but both vowed to keep troops there until the fragile new government takes hold. Both admitted making costly mistakes.

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Pols wary of Hastert’s anti-FBI raid stance

While the leadership of the House of Representatives say they are upset the FBI had the audacity to raid the office of one of their own, corrupt Louisiana Democratic Congressman William Jefferson, other more level-headed members aren’t willing to put their dogs in that fight.

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Bush tells Congress, FBI to ‘cool it’

An angry President George W. Bush intervened in the Justice Department’s so-called constitutional confrontation with Congress Thursday and ordered that documents seized in an FBI raid on a congressman’s office be sealed for 45 days.

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