Samuel R. Berger, the Clinton White House national security adviser who was caught taking highly classified documents from the National Archives, has agreed to forfeit his license to practice law.
In giving up his license, Mr. Berger avoids being cross-examined by the Board on Bar Counsel, where he risked further disclosure of specific details of his theft.
Congressman Eric Cantor is launching his website, Solutions Factory, where he invites you to suggest solutions to political problems. The suggestions are rated by other visitors to the website.
Go visit and participate.
Sarkozy has appointed Bernard Kourchner as foreign minister (h/t Judith)
Jeff has a sneak peak to “Sicko”
Iraqis observe moment of silence to mark “Mass Graves Day”
Human rights organizations estimate that more than 300,000 people, mainly Kurds and Shiite Muslims, were killed and buried in mass graves before Saddam was overthrown by U.S. forces in 2003.
Wolfowitz Hangs On As Ouster Hits Wall
A Disaster: The GOP Caves On Border Security, via Larwyn
The Freedom Alliance offers scholarships for the children of military heroes: Here’s information.
I once was lost….