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Newest Scribble, below. Yesterday's Scribble, now in Archive: Bush, Rumsfeld, Cheney, Bolton ... Drumbeats on Iran. Now in my law cartoon Scribble-in-Law: Assistant U.S. Attorney learns he has to inform the judge of prosecutorial misconduct in Moussaoui trial.
Assistant U.S. Attorney learns he has to inform the judge of prosecutorial misconduct in Moussaoui trial. in Scribble-in-Law my law cartoon.
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From WashingtonPost.com:

Bush to Restate Terror Strategy
2002 Doctrine of Preemptive War To Be Reaffirmed
By Peter Baker
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, March 16, 2006; A01

President Bush plans to issue a new national security strategy today reaffirming his doctrine of preemptive war against terrorists and hostile states with chemical, biological or nuclear weapons, despite the troubled experience in Iraq.

...In his revised version, Bush offers no second thoughts about the preemption policy, saying it "remains the same" and defending it as necessary for a country in the "early years of a long struggle" akin to the Cold War. In a nod to critics in Europe, the document places a greater emphasis on working with allies and declares diplomacy to be "our strong preference" in tackling the threat of weapons of mass destruction.

...The White House plans to release the 49-page National Security Strategy today, starting with a speech by national security adviser Stephen J. Hadley to the U.S. Institute of Peace. The White House gave advance copies to The Washington Post and three other newspapers.

03.16.06

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