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Sunday, July 21, 2024

Selling Gitmo to a Gullible Public

It’s time to bring some creative thinking to bear on the public-relations problem posed by Guantanamo Bay, the lockup for 540 assorted prisoners we scooped up in Afghanistan and Pakistan and now have no idea what to do with.

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Bush Too Cozy With Big Oil?

The resignation of a disgraced former official on the White House Council on Environmental Quality to join Exxon Mobil Corp. was an example of coziness between the Bush administration and the oil industry, White House critics say.

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Dubya Defends Gitmo Gulag

Republican senators, showing uneasiness with the gulag-like conditions of the Gurantanamo Bay prison, called Wednesday for the rights of foreign terrorism suspects to be legally defined even as the Bush administration said the inmates could be jailed there “in perpetuity.”

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