Nation Of Frauds

  • The American government engages a shady 22-year-old arms dealer out of Miami to supply munitions to Afghanistan, and then is shocked when the product he ships is old and in poor condition. No wonder things are going so well over there. [New York Times]
  • John McCain, the patron saint of lost causes, talks about how withdrawing from Iraq would leave "a stain on our character as a great nation." [Washington Post]
  • Sovereign wealth funds -- investment funds run by nation-states like Dubai, Kuwait, and Singapore -- own massive portions of some American companies. [Washington Post]
  • Whoopsy! The LA Times apologizes for a story linking Sean Combs to a 1994 attack on Tupac Shakur; the newspaper relied on "FBI documents" that turned out to be forged. The Smoking Gun figured this out in about 15 minutes. [Los Angeles Times, The Smoking Gun]
  • More polls prove that a prolonged Democratic contest is "tearing apart the party" by driving up negatives for both Clinton and Obama. With less than eight short months to go before the general elections, could either of these candidates possibly recover? [Wall Street Journal]
  • John McCain hopes to poach Democrats who are looking for an older, more warmongery candidate. [Politico]

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