Monday, February 21, 2005

Slow news day

Today being the President's Day holiday here in America, it seems to me that we've got ourselves a pretty slow news day. Aside from President Bush's speech in Belgium this morning (one half hour long!), and tons of analysis about the trip (over two pages [out of ten] were devoted to it in my Washington Morning Update this morning) there are stories about Frontline airing a show with expletives (covered by TSS [The Slippery Slope] here), the resignation of UN refugee chief Lubber (covered by TSS here [though there are allegations that Annan covered up "for an old friend" by not firing Lubber sooner]), and the Israeli Cabinet's approval of the disengagment plan (covered by TSS here, here, and here). I guess posting in real-time like yesterday makes the following days' paper a bit boring. Fear not, it's not likely to happen again anytime soon (at least I hope not-being sick is not fun!!!).


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