Today's Editorials: Public Safety and Privacy Rights
WaPo: Responds to the Virginia Tech Review Panel's findings: "In the aftermath of such a devastating tragedy, it's easy to say, but nonetheless true, that public safety must trump privacy rights".... Asks who hired the people who killed Anna Politkovskaya -- and offers a guess.
NYT : Says that the new GAO report on Iraq proves that the administration "went to great lengths to pretend that victory was at hand when nothing could be farther from the truth".... Cautions that "as homeowner woes mount, Wall Street may have a harder time justifying its pleas for special treatment."
LAT: Wonders if "South Park" can make money online under its creators' new deal with Viacom.... Says that coal should "not be cheap" because "the only way to encourage cleaner alternatives is to make coal producers and the consumers of coal-fired power pay the true cost of their pollution."
By Nick Baumann |
August 31, 2007; 8:46 AM ET
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