February 01, 2009

In other news...

  • Conyers has issued another subpoena for Rove...

    "Change has come to Washington, and I hope Karl Rove is ready for it," Conyers said. "After two years of stonewalling, it's time for him to talk."

    Robert D. Luskin, an attorney for Rove, said his client will "abide by a final decision from the courts." Luskin noted that Bush, in a letter to Rove, recently reasserted executive privilege.

    "It's generally agreed that former presidents retain executive privilege as to matters occurring during their term," Luskin said. "We'll solicit the views of the new White House counsel and, if there is a disagreement, assume that the matter will be resolved among the courts, the president and the former president."

    For my money, I think Bush's biggest fuckup was not giving a full pardon to Karl Rove. Now, the son of a bitch is toast. Well, he is as long as the President decides to uphold the rule of law instead of executive privilege.

  • Via Stop The Death Penalty comes a link to an op/ed in the Statesman talking about how ridic it is that the Federal Courts have to step in to stop an execution our Governor (and the Criminal Court of Appeals) were too gutless to stop.
  • Ladies and Gentleman, the return of SCIENCE
  • Collin County now has a toll road authority! I can't WAIT to hear about all the fights between them and the NTTA!
  • Posted by mcblogger at February 1, 2009 03:46 PM

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