Catching up on headlines
Here are some things you may have missed which are worth another looksie.
* Why biometrics may not be all it is cracked up to be: ["Computer hackers get lesson on cloning passport, cash card tags"]. And why some cops can't be trusted: ["Pulido's club offered sex, drugs, prosecutors say"].
* Novak on Murtha, Romney, and Guliani: ["Bolton's new backers"]. Here is Adam Reilly on Mitt's gaffes: ["Romney's greatest gaffes - 'tar baby' update"].
* Eh, why is this not surprising?: ["Book: Sept. 11 Panel Doubted Officials"]. It's interesting that they didn't say this before the 2004 election. I wonder if the results would have been slightly different had they said these things beforehand. And then there is this too: ["Pentagon's Version of 9/11 Far from Truth, Panel Found"]. And now, it looks like, after this new Vanity Fair blockbuster which will hit newstands any day, we may see those investigations.
* It was only a matter of time before we saw this headline: ["OSAMA'S EVIL SPAWN IN LEB"]. Ditto this: ["Hagel calls Iraq 'replay of Vietnam"].