<em>BOLTON WATCH</em> News: Joint Venture Between <em>Talking Points Memo</em> and <em>The Washington Note</em>



As TWN reported a few weeks ago, we are preparing to launch a new zone in the blogosphere dedicated to reporting on the work and activities of recess-appointed U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton.

<em>The Washington Note</em> on C-Span Tonight, 7 p.m. Eastern



If you have the time and interest, watch for an interesting program this evening on C-Span featuring John Siegenthaler, a distinguished journalist and first editorial page editor at USA Today as well as the founder of the Freedom Forum First Amendment Center at Vanderbilt University; Jim Brady, Executive Editor of Washington Post.

Note to Pat Robertson: Just Sayin’ Your Sorry Ain’t Enough. . .



Despite the fact that Pat Robertson has apologized to Ariel Sharon’s son and to the Israeli and Jewish people for the “insensitivity” of the timing of his remarks that God struck down Ariel Sharon and Yitzhak Rabin because they were “dividing God’s land”, the Israeli government is going to shut Robertson out of the major…

Elizabeth Holtzman: <em>The Nation</em>‘s Impeachment Brief



Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman has the cover of tomorrow’s Nation, and I suspect that it will become the script for those on the left who will be organizing, protesting, advocating, and clamoring for George W. Bush’s impeachment. The article, “The Impeachment of George W.

Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World: Albert Brooks’ New Film Fails



At least, Oakley wears his sunglasses outside. When I went to see Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World this weekend at a Regal Cinemas event hosted by the Center for American Progress, actor and director Albert Brooks wore his sunglasses in the theatre. I really wanted to like this film. I tried hard.

Al Jazeera Bush Bombing Memo: Official Secrets Act Trial of Two British Bureaucrats Resumed Today



Sorry for being AWOL folks. I’ve been lining up some interesting stuff to share with you shortly. But the trial of two British bureaucrats, David Keogh and Leo O’Connor — charged with leaking the contents of a secret document to the media — has resumed today.

The NSA’s Job Appeal. . .



I may get the full page scanned later, but the JOBS page (Section K, page 1) of the Washington Post had me choking on and spitting up my coffee this morning. The above-the-fold page has multi-colored job ads from the FBI and the National Security Agency.