Daily Briefing: Some Say This World of Trouble Is The Only One We Need

  • Parades, prayer, music mark Katrina anniversary. Bush admits "government at all levels that fell short of its responsibilities." [WP, NYT]

  • Rumsfeld gives speech calling Iraq war "a series of catastrophes that results in victory," demands Americans' unwavering support for more catastrophes. [WP, NYT]

  • Kenneth Tomlinson, still corrupt after all these years, currently being ousted from the Broadcasting Board of Governors after getting the boot at the Corporation for Public Broadcasting last year. [NYT]

  • Richard Armitage finally admits to being "leaker" in Plamegate. [NYT]

  • Census Bureau reports income numbers, showing "glimmer of improvement." Also shows record number of Americans have no health insurance. [NYT]

  • Burbs of DC, however, are paid out the frame. [WP]
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