Wednesday, July 30, 2003


James Bowman, writing for the New Critereon, waxes on his recent "escape" to Central America:
In Central America the possibilities of distributing blame for the missing WMD were not a big topic of conversation. There was, however, considerable interest in the question of whether or not America's president had engineered the September 11th attacks on America for partisan advantage, so I guess you can say this for the American media to date: at least they (mostly) confine their scandal-hunt to the upper, more genteel slopes of Conspiracy Mountain.
"The Bush Junta" can be found here.

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