October 28, 2005

What's Happening Besides Indictment Speculation

Basically, everyone's waiting to here what information Fitzgerald will release today and working themselves into a frenzy trying to guess.

In the meantime, here are some other interesting things happening on the web:

- Hugh Hewitt, who wrote a book about the growing influence of the Blogosphere in the world of media (and a pretty darn good one at that), writes an op-ed in - of all places - the NYT chiding his fellow Conservatives about the Miers nomination and withdrawal.

- The WaPo chronicles the disaster that was said nomination, revealing that it pretty much didn't have a prayer from the get-go.

- RealClearPolitics looks at the short list for a new nominee.

- Speculation is already buzzing that the pick will be Sam Alito or Michael Luttig.

- Speaking of picks, Jay Novacek picks the Giants over the Redskins this weekend. Will they win one for Well?

- Looks like Sulu is gay.

- And lastly, a women who hung herself was mistaken by neighbors as a Halloween decoration. You can't make this stuff up.

That ought to tide you over until the press conference.

Posted by: Gary at 11:16 AM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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1 We're gonna need ponchos to shield ourselves from all the Liberals drooling over Libby's resignation.

Posted by: reverse_vampyr at October 28, 2005 01:54 PM (Ns5kk)

2 You expect them to drool more than usual?

Posted by: Gary at October 28, 2005 03:14 PM (PLHs9)

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