Category: Plame/Rove

  • At the Heart of the Libby Trial

    I haven’t been following the Libby trial as tightly as I should be. Here’s the main thing to know: “[Former press secretary Ari] Fleischer said the conversation happened July 7, 2003, days before Libby told investigators he was surprised to learn about the CIA operative from a reporter. That discrepancy is at the heart of […]

  • Arianna Huffington: Judith Miller is the Leak

    Fun possibility – I’d never thought of this: Miller doesn’t want to reveal her "source" at the White House – because she was the source. Sure, she first got the info from someone else, and the odds are she wasn’t the only one who clued in Libby and/or Rove (the State Dept. memo likely played […]

  • McClellan's Very Public Hell

    Day 3 of the Plame/Rove roundabout: McCLELLAN: I think we’ve exhausted discussion on this the last couple of days. Q You haven’t even scratched the surface. Q It hasn’t started. I gotta download this video so I can see McClellan’s I am so fucked face.  Anybody catch Daily Show? I loved when John Stewart said […]

  • McClellan Gets Fried Over Rove

    Suddenly the press has some balls. Maybe we should jail more of them. The press started grilling McClellan on his stance on the Plame/Rove incident. Scott keeps maintaining that he won’t comment on an ongoing investigation (even though he had before). Not sure which journalist this is: QUESTION: Scott, this is ridiculous. The notion that […]

  • Knowingly

    My prediction – the entire Valerie Plame affair will rest on the word ‘knowingly’ as in ‘knowingly revealed an undercover agent.’

  • Time Turns Over Plame Notes

    To prevent serial shill Judith Miller and Matt Cooper from going to prison, Time magazine is turning over the notes surrounding their research on the Valerie Plame leak investigation. Bob Novak couldn’t be reached for comment from under the bridge where he lives.