Pakistan’s Supreme Court threw out challenges to last month’s election, allowing President Pervez Musharraf to leave the army and run the country as a civilian. Of course, these are the judges Musharraf installed on the court when he threw a hissy fit and declared emergency rule a few weeks ago.
The exodus continues: Bush’s top terrorism advisor, Fran Townsend, resigns.
A new report from the National Endowment for the Arts reports “plummeting levels of reading among young people.”
Demonstrators in DC demand “a federal crackdown on hate crimes,” arguing that the feds currently leave it to the states, who don’t always give a shit.