Friday, January 07, 2005

Wherever I Turn, It's Always Today

Bob Herbert weighs in today on Alberto Gonzalez's record of justifying torture, writing in a tone that mixes outrage and sadness.
Paul Krugman gets sarcastic in his description of the "bad novel" he doesn't need to write, peopled with sinister characters that just happen to resemble Bush administration officials and right-wing evildoers like Bill O'Reilly.
After two days of sunshine in Southern California, the rains have come again. We're promised as much rain over this weekend as we normally get in a year. They're having a snowstorm in Las Vegas. The gods are not smiling on us.