Who's right? Who's wrong? First Newsweek says guards flushed a Koran. Then Newsweek backs down, saying its one source couldn't confirm the report. The White House says the report sparked violence in the Mid-East. Bloggers point out that there have been other, similar reports, in the past. Now, an FBI report is released. Guess what? It has the Koran story, too!
But, the White House and Pentagon quickly fired back that even that report could NOT be substantiated. Who's right? Who's wrong?
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Looking for extras?
How about more on the prison story? Here's a ton of links to blogger analysis from both Liberal and Conservative bloggers.Here's a fascinating post
about a decades-old kidnapping case that has some strong connections to the Jeff Gannon, pseudo-reporter-in-the-White-House, story and may be the tip of a much bigger story.
How about an exercise in connect-the-dots, military-style?
Unexpected Navy maneuvers point to something
unusual on the way in the Middle East. At least they do IF
you connect the dots the way this blogger does.
And, just for good measure, how about an ex-military guy who puts the recruiting crisis into perspective.
And his analysis ain't pretty.
And, here's some fresh numbers about Walmart
that should have the bloggers chatting like crazy!
For a finishing flourish, here's a cool, new, website that translates foreign press into english.
You'll find lot to read, the way the "other folks" see it.
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