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7:20 PM ET, June 4, 2006


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New York Times:
A Hard Look at Haditha  —  The apparent cold-blooded killing last November of 24 Iraqi civilians by United States marines at Haditha will be hard to dispose of with another Washington damage control operation.  The Iraqi government has made clear that it will not sit still for one, and neither should the American people.
Mark Steyn / Chicago Sun Times:
Events at Haditha don't change need for victory  —  Here are a couple of observations from two parents of American heroes fallen in Iraq.  The first is from Cindy Sheehan, the mother of Army Spec.  Casey Sheehan, a brave man who enlisted in 2000, re-upped for a second tour and died in 2005 …
Dan / Riehl World View:   Media Bias  —  Here's a classic example of media bias.
Rosie Dimanno / Toronto Star:
Take a good, hard look at what's going on here  —  Be sickened.  Be frightened.  Be angry.  But don't you dare be shocked.  —  Unless you've been had.  —  Either way, the time has long passed for domestic bliss born of ignorance, virtue and wilful denial.
Toronto Star:
RCMP behind bomb material  —  Massive sweep |  Investigators controlled the sale and transport of three tonnes of ammonium nitrate in an undercover probe of an alleged homegrown terrorist cell  —  Police say they moved in quickly to avert attacks in southern Ontario
Captain Ed / Captain's Quarters:   RCMP Went Undercover For Raid
Gregory Bonnell / Globe and Mail:
Accused from a 'broad strata' of society  —  From an unmarried computer programmer to a university health sciences graduate and the unemployed, the 17 suspects charged in a foiled terrorist plot represent a "broad strata" of Canadian society.  —  "Some are students, some are employed …
Suspects from 'broad strata' of Canadian society
Accused 'inspired by al-Qaeda,' say police
Byron Calame / New York Times:
Hillary and Bill: A Relationship Too Political to Be Ignored  —  COMPLAINTS about the May 23 Page 1 article on Hillary and Bill Clinton add up to one of the most uniformly negative and partisan reader reactions to a Times article during the past year.  Most decried as tabloid journalism …
Yahya Barzanji / Associated Press:
Gunmen kill 21 commuters near Baghdad  —  SULAIMANIYAH, Iraq - Gunmen killed 21 people — many of them high school students — after dragging them off buses northeast of Baghdad, officials said.  Four Sunni Arabs were spared and the dead were all Shiites or Kurds.
Associated Press:
Gunmen Kill 21 Commuters Near Baghdad
Discussion: Hullabaloo and War and Piece
Associated Press:
Gore says don't count on a 2008 run  —  WASHINGTON - Al Gore, the Democrats' nominee for the White House in 2000, says he has all but ruled out running for president in 2008, saying the best use of his time is to educate people about global warming.  —  "I haven't made a Sherman statement …
Discussion: The Democratic Daily
Terror cell 'was planning nerve gas attack on capital'  —  Your view: should police be allowed to shoot terror suspects?  —  Terrorists were planning a chemical attack in London similar to the outrage on the Tokyo underground, according to police and the security services.
Discussion: A Blog For All
Editor and Publisher:
Colbert Tells College Graduates: Get Your Own TV Show  —  NEW YORK At the close of his commencement speech before 250 graduates (and 4000 others) at tiny Knox College in Galesburg, Ill. on Saturday, satirist Stephen Colbert left them with a piece of advice: Get your own TV show.
Adam Lusher / Telegraph:
Fears for the worst as 10,000 Spitfires head for Germany  —  The last time they flew across the Channel, they were 32 feet long, with Rolls-Royce engines and wings bristling with 20mm cannons.  —  Now they measure all of 18 inches, have no engine and not so much as a peashooter - but their …
Dana L. / Washington Post:
What Happens When There Is No Plan B?  —  The conservative politics of the Bush administration forced me to have an abortion I didn't want.  Well, not literally, but let me explain.  —  I am a 42-year-old happily married mother of two elementary-schoolers.
Melanie Phillips / New York Post:
LONDONISTAN  —  HOW BRITAIN'S HABITUAL APPEASEMENT OF ISLAMISM REAPS TERROR  —  June 4, 2006 — AFTER 9/11 plotter Zacarias Mous saoui was sentenced to life im prisonment, his family blamed - the British.  Their son had had first arrived in London in the 1990s for an MA course …
Discussion: Ed, Dinocrat and Cold Fury
Los Angeles Times:
Harry Truman would have given terrorists hell  —  Democrats know how to fight real wars, not just political ones, says Peter Beinart.  —  IN 1948, AMERICAN liberals went to war — with each other.  The chief combatants were Henry A. Wallace, Franklin D. Roosevelt's former vice president …
Barcepundit / English edition:
¿DID YOU KNOW that the Zapatero administration (you know, the "no blood for oil", "Bush is killing innocents" and "let's get out of this illegal war" one) just gave Spain's highest military decoration to... gasp... can hardly say it... to... to the US Army Chief of Staff?
Discussion: Riehl World View
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