- Remember those audio clips in Colin Powell's discredited presentation to the UN that purported to show Iraqi officers discussing prohibited weapons? A part that, at this point, seems particularly ludicrous: "Nerve agents. Stop talking about it. They are listening to us. Don't give any evidence that we have these horrible agents." Where did that audiotape come from, and whose voices are on it?
- Does Richard Perle still have mirrors in his house?
- Remember Khidhir Hamza, a.k.a. Saddam's bombmaker? Where is he? Laurie Mylroie?
- Why does the Bush administration keep claiming there have been no terrorist attacks in the U.S. since 9/11? Were the anthrax attacks, which killed five people and disrupted the economy, not what they seemed to be? Who wrote those too-obvious-by-half anthrax notes (viewable here), a ham-handed attempt to imitate the way a native Arabic speaker might write rudimentary English?
- Who forged the Niger uranium documents?
- In January 2003, President Bush secretly proposed painting a U.S. reconnaissance plane in the colors of the United Nations, hoping that Saddam would then shoot at it and provide a casus belli. Why hasn't that gotten more attention? Wasn't it a crime?
- It's clear that the President will borrow a pen from the movers on his last day in office and pardon Libby. Will Congress try in any way to prevent it?
- How many years ago was the President's last prime time news conference? Will he ever hold another one?