Today's Columns: Do You Care Enough to Read This?
WSJ: Daniel Henninger ponders the declining influence of the "established media" -- which presumably includes the Journal -- and wonders whether "too many people now simply don't care about major media anymore."
WaPo: David Ignatius reports on the fate and fallout of secret American plans to manipulate Iraqi democracy.... Robert Novak explores the challenges facing France's top deregulator .... Tova Andrea Wang says that her work on a bipartisan Election Assistance Commission report was compromised by partisanship and its findings suppressed.... Kyle Teamey is concerned that "Party politics matters more than the results" in the war in Iraq.... Robert Novak says "the high caliber of possible selections" to replace Alberto Gonzales "means President Bush is not content with a placeholder sure to get Senate confirmation."
USA Today: Education Secretary Margaret Spellings defends No Child Left Behind in a question-and-answer session.
LAT: Benazir Bhutto says she knows that "Time, justice and the forces of history are on our side" in the fight for a moderate, democratic Pakistan.... Greg Critser sees Type 2 diabetes as an example of "evolution in our time," and calls for more education on its dangers.
NYT: Dana Thomas warns that counterfeit luxury goods finance "illicit activities" and "terrorist plots".... Roger Cohen is encouraged by the Bush administration's new interest in the Isreali-Palestinian conflict.
By Nick Baumann |
August 30, 2007; 8:39 AM ET
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