Along the Tracks

Tuesday, January 14, 2003
 

Condensed version


In the Washington Post, Jimmy Carter says if first you don’t succeed, fail, fail again - by going back to the 1994 Agreed Framework with North Korea.

The Post has a two-fer today, with Yasser Abed Rabbo, Palestinian Authority minister of information, declaring that the fault of the PA’s failure to reform lies with ... you guessed it, Israel.

The Toledo Blade - one of America’s worst newspapers - says Latin America’s problems, from Castro to Chile to Chavez to Columbia, are caused by President Bush’s tunnel vision toward the 2000 Florida election crisis.

The Cincinnati Public Schools have received a failing grade on their academic report cards, and the Cincinnati Post blames the test, not the schools.

Finally, the Detroit Free Press tries to spin poll numbers into a nascent anti-war movement (“a whopping 68 percent said the United States should seek to achieve its goals without war” - no kidding?!).


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