Friday, February 29, 2008


I doubt that this will get much play in the mainstream U.S. press, but the former VP of the World Bank, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, had a few comments regarding the current U.S. economy. He doesn't give high marks to the Bush administration for their planning of the economic impact of the war.

Also, the other day the British government was ordered, under Freedom of Information requests, to release details on the minutes of meetings held by former PM Tony Blair on that governments planning for the Iraq war. We may discover some interesting tidbits there as well, again if the U.S. press decides to keep us informed.
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