Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Top Twenty Stories of the Past Week

Here are the "TOP Twenty" news/opinion stories from the past week. David will return to his blog next Tuesday if everything goes as planned.

Born on the Fourth of July: The Long Journey Home

By Ron Kovic, AlterNet.

Bush Acknowledges Difficulties, Insisting on Fight to the End

Congress has backup at undisclosed location
By Jackie Kucinich

From Memos, Insights Into Ally's Doubts On Iraq War:
British Advisers Foresaw Variety of Risks, Problems
By Glenn Frankel

Mr. Bush on Iraq

Reactor Plan Raises Hopes and Doubts
Facility to be built in France may be a cleaner source of energy or a huge waste of money.

By David Holley, Times Staff Writer

The Court Affirms Separation of Church and State ...

Tomgram: The Immoral Relativists of the Bush Administration
By Tom Engelhardt

The Hunting of the Liberals

Twice fooled–shame on us: The case for impeachment
By William John Cox

Covering up Napalm in Iraq
by Mike Whitney

A Church-State Solution

Autism, mercury, and politics
By Robert Kennedy Jr.

Blogging in the Early Republic
W. Caleb McDaniel

Bush nearing the tipping point
Gary Younge

The sobering of America
Timothy Garton Ash

Justice O'Connor

Nomination Could Be Defining Moment for Bush
By Dan Balz

No Bounce: Bush Job Approval Unchanged by War Speech; Question on Impeachment Shows Polarization of Nation; Americans Tired of Divisiveness in Congress—Want Bi-Partisan Solutions—New Zogby Poll

The Founding Sachems