Winners & Losers
Winners Richard Armitage: Admits he’s the Plame leaker, no one cares, and he doesn’t even have to hire an attorney. British political journalists: Their job becomes a lot easier when cabinet ministers go on the record predicting a rival “would be a f**king dreadful prime minister.” Felipe Calderón: Mexico’s president-elect. Now he just has to ...
British political journalists: Their job becomes a lot easier when cabinet ministers go on the record predicting a rival “would be a f**king dreadful prime minister.”
Japanese conservatives: No need to revise the line of succession for the Chrysanthemum Throne. A baby boy has arrived.
Singapore: Gets a rare and harsh rebuke from the IMF and World Bank after the government tries to deny NGOs from the institutions’ annual meetings next week.
Pro-immigration rallies: What if you held a rally, and no one came?
Sunburns: Sun worshippers everywhere rejoice at the news that British scientists have developed a sunscreen that heals sunburns and may prevent skin cancer.
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