Thursday

Mukasey: FBI's Gun Ban List Doubles - washingtonpost.com

Mukasey: FBI's Gun Ban List Doubles - washingtonpost.com: "The vast majority of the new individuals were identified by California, which provided more than 200,000 names to the FBI in October, the Justice Department said. Ohio provided more than 7,000 new names, while the number of states reporting mental health data to the FBI grew from 22 to 28."

CJR: Is Perry Bacon Serious?

CJR: Is Perry Bacon Serious?: "Obama story has no place in the Washington Post" so they put it on the front page.

Head of Rove Inquiry in Hot Seat Himself - WSJ.com

Head of Rove Inquiry in Hot Seat Himself - WSJ.com

Wednesday

Los Angeles Times: The autonomous warbird

Los Angeles Times: The autonomous warbird Another step closer to kill-by-wire.

Declaration of Principles for a Long-Term Relationship of Cooperation and Friendship Between the Republic of Iraq and the United States of America

Declaration of Principles for a Long-Term Relationship of Cooperation and Friendship Between the Republic of Iraq and the United States of America:

While everyone's eyes were on Annapolis....

"The Iraqi Government in confirmation of its resolute rights under existing Security Council resolutions will request to extend the mandate of the Multi-National Force-Iraq (MNF-I) under Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter for a final time. As a condition for this request, following the expiration of the above mentioned extension, Iraq's status under Chapter VII and its designation as a threat to international peace and security will end, and Iraq will return to the legal and international standing it enjoyed prior to the issuance of U.N. Security Council Resolution No. 661 (August, 1990)"

Media Matters - ABC's Nightline walks away from Iraq

Media Matters - ABC's Nightline walks away from Iraq: "for 18 straight weeks (or one-third of the calendar year), Nightline effectively walked away from Iraq. What took its place? Lots of Nightline reports on pets and pop music."

Monday