Whiggate Update

Monday, October 31, 2005
  "The WHIG Conspiracy" on Daily Kos
While not using the term WHIGgate, this post in the Daily Kos brings up the same point that we've been pushing since mid-July.
[...]It was suggested that continuing with "Plame Affair" would minimize the damage to Bush by limiting it to a leak, which happens all the time in Washington, DC. Thus, a broader more encompassing name that demonstrates that Plame was part of a bigger picture in the selling of the war.
After reading the comments, the name that was suggested (and seemed to get a good deal of support) was The WHIG Conspiracy. [...]
The full post is worth reading for the list of pros and cons of the name change from "the Plame Affair" to "the WHIG conspiracy", for the poll about the name's suitability to the current scandal, and for the reader comments.
My only disagreement with the writer of the post is their feeling about the "-gate" suffix:
[...]The meme avoids the redundant "-gate" suffix. In a post-Monicagate world, adding -gate to the end of this scandal could only serve to trivialize it in the public's mind. Though, just for the record, my personal favorite of any "-gate" suggestions I've read for what to call all this was "Wargate".
I have a similar problem with the word "Conspiracy". I think it allows our opponents to dismiss everyone who talks about the WHIGs as "a conspiracy theorist," you know, that group that tends to have interesting theories about tinfoil-hatted gray aliens abducting Lee Harvey Oswald's twin from the grassy knoll.
In any case, we're in total agreement that the media has been extremely deficient in telling the story of the White House Iraq Group, and that Congress (except for a couple of members) has abdicated its constitutional responsibility to question the actions and lies of this White House.
--True Blue Liberal
Friday, October 28, 2005
  WHIG of the Week -- I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby , Dick Cheney's Dick Cheney and the First Indicted WHIG on this First Day of Fitzmas

On the first day of Fitzmas, the grand jury gave to us ...
one Scooter on crutches
(why did Dick hobble him with a lead pipe?)

Isn't it bad enough that he was named after Phil Rizzuto and that this is his view in the mirror every morning, and then he has to make daily genuflections to the man who makes Mike Myers' fictional Dr. Evil look like Mother Teresa? If it weren't for the whole illegal invasion of Iraq thing, you might almost feel sorry for him.

Who's next?
Thursday, October 27, 2005
  Are you able to sleep on Fitzmas Eve?
Or do you find yourself tossing and turning with excitement and anticipation?

Will you be satisfied with just a turdblossom and scooter pie under the Fitzmas tree?

Or is your little heart set on a dick and a chimp?
  "True Pretenses", or, the measured right-wing response to the call for Congressional inquiry into the actions of the White House Iraq Group
I haven't been able to find anything written on the Right about the White House Iraq Group (WHIG), and for good reason. No publicity about the Group can be good for the Right's arguments about war aims. This blog entry is the very first thing that I've found written anywhere on the Right side of the internets about the group that gave this blog its raison d'être.

First, of course, is the typical Rovian ad hominem attack on your attacker as shown in the title of this blog posting: Conservatives Are Always Right :: Socialist Anti-American Pansy Demands Inquiry into "WHIG". After more obligatory name-calling about the "Socialist, anti-American, pro-bin Laden pansy who is incapable of any kind of rational thought or comprehension" (a.k.a. Dennis Kucinich), Mr/Ms Conservativesarealwaysright quotes from the Wikipedia definition of WHIG for the benefit of his/her readers ("... One example of the WHIG's functions and influence is the "escalation of rhetoric about the danger that Iraq posed to the US, including the introduction of the term 'mushroom cloud'"), and dismisses attacks on the group with this gem:
"That's it. That's the problem: A group worked to drive support for the Iraq war based on true pretenses." [emphasis added]
To which I would add a helpful quote from Webster's Collegiate Dictionary (10e):
pretense, or pretence \\ n (15c) 1: a claim made or implied; esp : one not supported by fact 2 a : mere ostentation : PRETENTIOUSNESS {confuse dignity with pomposity and ~ --Bennett Cerf} b : a pretentious act or assertion 3 : an inadequate or insincere attempt to attain a certain condition or quality 4 : professed rather than real intention or purpose : PRETEXT {was there under under false ~s} 5 : MAKE-BELIEVE, FICTION 6 : false show : SIMULATION {saw through his ~ of indifference}
Pretenses have never been truer than the pretenses of the White House Iraq Group.

True Blue Liberal

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Wednesday, October 26, 2005
  Another Congressman (one not named Kucinich or Conyers) is on the case of the White House Iraq Group
Jerrold Nadler has this press release on his website:
In light of recent developments in the CIA leak investigation and other recent revelations, Congressman Jerrold Nadler today called for Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald to expand his investigation to include a criminal investigation to examine whether the President, the Vice President, and members of the White House Iraq Group conspired to deliberately deceive Congress into authorizing the war in Iraq. [...]
It is a crime to lie to Congress under several federal statutes. Congressman Nadler requested that Special Counsel Fitzgerald follow the leads he has already discovered and broaden his investigation to include charges of lying to Congress. In his letter to Acting Deputy Attorney General McCallum asking for a broadening of Special Counsel Fitzgerald’s investigation, Nadler cited the President’s infamous reference to African Uranium in the 2003 State of the Union Address, reports of the White House Iraq Group’s singular mission to sell the war at all costs, assertions made in the “Downing Street Memo,” and reporters’ own accounts of media manipulation. [...]

Now if we can only get Jerry Nadler's hometown paper, The New York Times, to pick up one of these press releases and talk about the White House Iraq Group in its pages. Today's search now turns up one more reference in a letter to the editor, but the WHIG has still not been mentioned in a news story in "The Paper of Record" (note to future historians: look somewhere other than the pages of the Grey Lady for "history's first draft" of the Bush II years).
--true blue liberal

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Tuesday, October 25, 2005
  Click here to urge your Representative to co-sponsor the WHIG Resolution of Inquiry

Click the heading or the image to send a message to your representative about the Dennis Kucinich Resolution of Inquiry, or click here to read more at afterdowningstreet.org.

Please spread the word! Maybe even The New York Times will finally get the message that the White House Iraq Group is actually a news story, and that some of us actually still care about the fact that a war was started for base reasons with false information and is still being carried out in our names.

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Friday, October 21, 2005
  Fitzgerald launches official website
Dan Froomkin reports this afternoon that Pat Fitzgerald had just opened up his own website on the Department of Justice site with lots of room for more official documents (indictments?). I've added a permanent link to the site on the Whiggate Update sidebar.
  Kucinich Uses Resolution Of Inquiry To Demand Documents From White House Iraq Group
Kucinich Uses House Procedure To Demand Documents From White House Iraq Group
Kucinich Uses Resolution Of Inquiry To Demand Documents From White House Group That Developed Strategy To “Sell” War To The Public And Press

Washington, Oct 20 - Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich (D-OH) today introduced a Resolution of Inquiry to demand the White House turn over all white papers, minutes, notes, emails or other communications kept by the White House Iraq Group (WHIG).

“This group, comprised of the President and Vice President’s top aides, was critical in selling the Administration’s case for war,” stated Kucinich. “We now know that the Administration hyped intelligence and misled the American public and Congress in their effort to ‘sell’ the war. After over 1,900 American troops have been killed in Iraq, it is long past time for this Congress to ask serious questions about WHIG and its role in the lead up to the war.”

A Resolution of Inquiry is a rare House procedure used to obtain documents from the Executive Branch. Under House rules, Kucinich’s resolution is referred to committee, and action must be taken in committee within 14 legislative days.

“For two-and-a-half years Congress has sat on the sidelines neglecting its oversight responsibility when it has come to Iraq,” continued Kucinich. “We owe it to the American people to hold this Administration accountable and to find out the truth.”

Well, we know how far the GOP (rhymes with slop) Overlords in Congress will let this resolution advance, but thank you Congressman Kucinich, for getting this on the record.

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Thursday, October 20, 2005
  Pitt's "Diary of a Plamegate Junkie" sounds a lot like the Diary of a Whiggate Junkie

The only thing that would change slightly from the William Rivers Pitt "Diary of a Plamegate Junkie" and this WHIGgate junkie's diary (other than the fact that mine begins much earlier in the morning) is the 8:13am entry.

His 8:13 am - Pull up New York Times web site, scan for news of Fitzgerald indictment.


My 8:13 am - Pull up New York Times web site, fruitlessly search their database for any mention of the words "White House Iraq Group" in their correct sequence.

Otherwise, he describes my day (and the daze of millions of others) fairly accurately.
  Source sez Judy was a WHIG || New York Daily News has better sources on WHIG than the New American Pravda (aka the NYT)
If you want to really find out what went wrong at the New York Times, don't waste your time reading 10,000-word apologias in The Grey Lady. The New York Daily News explains it all for you in one sentence at the end of a snappy little article in yesterday's paper:
Prez Iraq team fought to squelch war critics

WASHINGTON - It was called the White House Iraq Group and its job was to make the case that Saddam Hussein had nuclear and biochemical weapons.
So determined was the ring of top officials to win its argument that it morphed into a virtual hit squad that took aim at critics who questioned its claims, sources told the Daily News.
One of those critics was ex-Ambassador Joseph Wilson, who debunked a key claim in a speech by President Bush that Iraq sought nuclear materials in Africa. His punishment was the media outing of his wife, CIA spy Valerie Plame, an affair that became a "side show" for the White House Iraq Group, the sources said.
The Plame leak is now the subject of a criminal probe that has seen presidential political guru Karl Rove and Vice President Cheney's chief of staff, Lewis (Scooter) Libby, hauled before a grand jury.
Both men were members of the group, also known as WHIG. From late 2002 through mid 2003, it was locked in a feud with officials inside the CIA and State Department over claims Saddam tried to buy "yellow cake" uranium in Niger to build nukes, a former Bush administration and intelligence sources told The News.
"There were a number of occasions when White House officials or Vice President [Cheney's] staffers, or others, wanted to push the envelope on things," an ex-intelligence official said. "The agency would say, 'We just don't have the intelligence to substantiate that.'" When Wilson was sent by his wife to Africa to research the claims, he showed the documents claiming Saddam tried to buy the uranium were forgeries.
"People in the Iraq group then got very frustrated. It was a side show," said a source familiar with WHIG.
Besides Rove and Libby, the group included senior White House aides Karen Hughes, Mary Matalin, James Wilkinson, Nicholas Calio, Condoleezza Rice and Stephen Hadley. WHIG also was doing more than just public relations, said a second former intel officer.
"They were funneling information to [New York Times reporter] Judy Miller. Judy was a charter member," the source said.

Perhaps not surprisingly, The Official Newspaper of the WHIGs masquerading as the bastion of "The Liberal Media" (and that will henceforth be known as the New American Pravda), still has yet to mention the words "White House Iraq Group" or "WHIG" (in its modern context) in its news pages. Only Frank Rich's column of last Sunday broke their embargo on the name of the group that controlled their pre-invasion coverage of mythical so-called "Weapons of Mass Destruction" (a combination of words for which you will find 7,865 Times articles, not that they're trying to scare anyone, or do the WHIG's dirty work).

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Tuesday, October 18, 2005
  A Turncoat Among the WHIGs? ( New York Daily News challenges that big unwieldy thing filled with Tiffany's ads for news leadership in Gotham)
New York Daily News
- 18 October 2005
"Cheney may be target of probe"



"[...]At least one source and one reporter who have testified in the probe said U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald is pursuing Cheney's role in the Valerie Plame affair.
In addition, at least six current and former Cheney staffers - most members of the White House Iraq Group - have testified before the grand jury, including the vice president's top honcho, Lewis (Scooter) Libby, and two top Cheney national security lieutenants.
Cheney's name has come up amid indications Fitzgerald may be edging closer to a blockbuster conspiracy charge - with help from a secret snitch.
'They have got a senior cooperating witness - someone who is giving them all of that,' a source who has been questioned in the leak probe told the Daily News yesterday.
Cheney was questioned last year by prosecutors and has hired a private attorney, former colleague Terrence O'Donnell, who declined to comment when contacted by The News.
Cheney spokeswoman Lea Anne McBride only offered the standard canned response that her boss is cooperating.[...]"

The White House Iraq Group still hasn't been mentioned in Judy Miller's paper outside of Frank Rich's groundbreaking column on Sunday (would they let him write directly about the Times' conflicts of interest in this story?). Plus, the Times' Washington Bureau writers wouldn't know how to use the word "honcho" in a sentence, and they certainly wouldn't demean the standard response of an official government spokesthing by calling it "canned".
There are times when the Times' sober politesse is totally uncalled for.
If the tabloids smell blood in the water this could be fun ...
  Separated at Birth? Casting begins for the Big WHIG Flick!
You need to see this picture.
Monday, October 17, 2005
  In times like these, maybe facts are not neutral
Remember when the Downing Street Memo went from being ignored by the rightwingnuts to being routinely attacked by them as a forgery (without, of course, having any evidence other than their own repetitions to support that assertion)?
This note that has just appeared on the White House Iraq Group article in Wikipedia shows that we may finally be reaching the same tipping point again (I know it's probably a little schadenfreudistic of me, and certainly far from neutral, but I love watching wingnuts squirm):
The neutrality of this article is disputed.
  U.S. Newswire : "Mr. Bush, Tear Down That Stone Wall..." : The DNC jumps on the WHIGgate bandwagon
Click here to see the DNC's short summary of the WHIG involvement in "Plamegate"

What role did Vice President Cheney play in the conspiracy to out Plame and discredit Administration critics? Did Libby, Rove or other WHIG members tell Bush or Cheney their plans for dealing with Wilson's criticisms? When will President Bush keep his promise to hold Rove and Libby accountable for their actions?

95 DAYS -- Since The American Public Learned That A White House Official With Security Clearance Leaked The Identity Of A Covert CIA Operative.[...]"
  The "W" Word finally sees print in the Paper of Record
I've had no access to a computer or a phone for the last three days, so of course it was during this time that traffic on Whiggate Update decided to jump from an average of 5-6 to an average of 200-300 visitors a day, but more importantly, it was over this weekend that the "W" word finally received its first mention in the pages of the The New York Times. And, of course, by "W" word I don't mean Dubya (which, of course, begins with a "D"), I mean White House Iraq Group and its increasingly more well-known acronym, WHIG. Frank Rich's Sunday Opinion piece, "It's Bush-Cheney, Not Rove-Libby" jumped at me when I opened The Week in Review section of yesterday's paper, with the WHIG word not only prominent in the text, but in the sidebar. It was everything that their boring front page coverage of "who told Judy Miller what when" was not. Without getting bogged down in the details that sap the life and drama from these crimes, Frank Rich brought us back to the bigger story of how this is not the story of bob novak and judy miller and matt cooper, no matter how fascinating I'm sure they find themselves. This is the story of a war planned in secret and sold with false "facts" and talking points to the American public and the world through a gullible embedded press corpse. It's interesting that the two people on the Times staff who most clearly and most regularly see through the lies of our Leaders in Washington are not the embedded reporters and editors who are privileged to be on a first name basis with Scooter and Karl, but an economics professor, Paul Krugman, and a theater critic, Frank Rich (both of whom are muzzled from the vast majority of internauts by this idiotic new Times Select filter, which blocks their columns from those of us who refuse to spend a cent on internet content -- but this one is available at truthout.org).

Thank you Frank for uttering the magic words in the Times. I hope that thousands of lesser writers are shamed into following your lead.
--True Blue Liberal
Thursday, October 13, 2005
  WHIG of the Week, Vice President of Secret Locations, Richard "Dick" Cheney
(Don't let those sweet puppy-dog eyes fool you!)
Raw Story has just posted a great up-to-date chronology of White House Iraq Group (WHIG) activities with information about the current status of Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation of the group. Raw Story is not the first place that I've heard these leaks about Fitzgerald's interest in Cheney's involvement in the Plame leak investigation, but it's the first place that I've seen such a close association of his name with the little group that gave this blog its name and its raison d'être, a little group run by his boy Libby out of his office. It's the best link I've seen to suggest that Dr. Evil seems once again to be the man behind the curtain controlling the actions of lesser mortals. Read the whole chronology in "Vice President's role in outing of CIA agent under examination, sources close to prosecutor say ", by Jason Leopold, but here's the meat of the story about "Dick":

[...] Two officials close to Fitzgerald told RAW STORY they have seen documents obtained from the White House Iraq Group which state that Cheney was present at several of the group's meetings. They say Cheney personally discussed with individuals in attendance at least two interviews in May and June of 2003 Wilson gave to New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and Washington Post reporter Walter Pincus, in which he claimed the administration “twisted” prewar intelligence and what the response from the administration should be.
Cheney was interviewed by the FBI surrounding the leak in 2004. According to the New York Times, Cheney was asked whether he knew of any concerted effort by White House aides to name Ms. Wilson.
Sources close to the investigation have also confirmed that special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald is trying to determine Vice President Cheney's role in the outing of Mrs. Wilson, more specifically, if Cheney ordered the leak.
Those close to Fitzgerald say they have yet to uncover any evidence that suggests Cheney ordered the leak or played a role in the outing of Mrs. Wilson. Still, the sources said they are investigating claims that Cheney may have been involved based on his attendance at meetings of the Iraq group.
Previous reports indicate Cheney was intimately involved with the framing of the Iraq war.
[...]Wilson’s allegations threatened to chip away at the credibility of individuals such as Cheney, who, in dozens of speeches just a few months prior had said that Iraq was dangerously close to acquiring a nuclear weapon. It also threatened to ruin Miller’s credibility. It was then that Administration officials started to discredit Wilson.
Now Fitzgerald is trying to find out whether Cheney was involved.

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  Still not a single word that's "Fit to Print" about the White House Iraq Group or WHIG
After quoting yesterday's WSJ article, Dan Froomkin writes in WaPo's White House Briefing:

What Was the White House Iraq Group?

Remarkably little has been written about this critically important assemblage.

He goes on to point to and quote from the key Post article by Gellman & Pincus of 10 Aug 2003, but there is still not a single mention of this "critically important assemblage" in America's Paper of Record.

We'll keep checking, and let you know the minute the situation changes.
Wednesday, October 12, 2005
  Is I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby's boss the true target of interest in the Plame investigation??

The Huffington Post is reporting that Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal "... are working on stories that point to Vice President Dick Cheney as the target of special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation into the leaking of CIA operative Valerie Plame's name."
  WHIGgate gathering steam everywhere (except in Judith Miller's "Paper of Record")
Here's Josh Marshall today in Talking Points Memo saying exactly (and succinctly) what we have been saying since this blog started:
If Karl Rove goes down in this investigation it'll be a disaster for the president, both in terms of the damage occasioned by such a high-level White House indictment and, frankly, because he needs the guy like most of us need legs.
But this WHIG thing is a whole 'nother level of hurt.
This group was the organizational team, the core group behind all the shameless crap that went down in the lead up to the Iraq war -- the lies about the cooked up Niger story, everything. If Fitzgerald has lassoed this operation into a criminal conspiracy, the veil of protective secrecy in which the whole operation is still shrouded will be pulled back. Depositions and sworn statements in on-going investigations have a way of doing that. Ask Bill Clinton. Every key person in the White House will be touched by it. And all sorts of ugly tales could spill out.
In TPM and The Huffington Post today, they are also quoting that subscription-only capitalist rag (DON'T GIVE THEM A CENT) The Wall Street Journal, which runs this paragraph in an article appearing there today:
"Lawyers familiar with the investigation believe that at least part of the outcome likely hangs on the inner workings of what has been dubbed the White House Iraq Group. Formed in August 2002, the group, which included Messrs. Rove and Libby, worked on setting strategy for selling the war in Iraq to the public in the months leading up to the March 2003 invasion. The group likely would have played a significant role in responding to Mr. Wilson's claims."
So now even the Wall Street Journal is out in front of The New York Times. Another search of newyorktimes.com today continues to show exactly zero hits for the words "White House Iraq Group" in their correct order. Will the fact that the WSJ has now joined the LAT and WaPo in talking about the WHIG finally shame the NYT into doing the same?

(update 10:33am -- Howard Kurtz's Media Notes today, "The NYT Pinata," talks about the same Times silence in more depth, starting with this line: "Everyone seems to be beating up on the New York Times these days. Not so much for what it's written, but for what it hasn't, in the Judy/Scooter/Karl/Valerie imbroglio." And remember kids, it's easier to to say "WHIGgate" than "Judy/Scooter/Karl/Valerie imbroglio"?)

(Thanks to CP for pointing out JM on the WHIG in TPM)

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Thursday, October 06, 2005
  Are these indictments going to be big enough to make Tom DeLay giggle with glee about once again having his scandals pushed from the headlines?
Click here for TPMCafe today || "22 indictments in Plame leak case?"
The rumors of imminent action by Patrick Fitzgerald in the Rovegate / Plamegate / Whiggate case have been all over The Internets late yesterday and early today. If there really are 22 indictments, how many of the indictees will be members of the White House Iraq Group (and will the New York Times finally be forced to mention the existence of that group in print?)? Is it possible, as some gleeful rumormongers have hinted, that even Cheney and Bush will be implicated along with their faithful underlings?
Monday, October 03, 2005
  We've got a catchy name for your conspiracy right here!
"Role of Rove, Libby in CIA Leak Case Clearer"
by Jim VandeHei and Walter Pincus,
Washington Post, 2 October 2005 :
[...] But a new theory about Fitzgerald's aim has emerged in recent weeks from two lawyers who have had extensive conversations with the prosecutor while representing witnesses in the case. They surmise that Fitzgerald is considering whether he can bring charges of a criminal conspiracy perpetrated by a group of senior Bush administration officials. Under this legal tactic, Fitzgerald would attempt to establish that at least two or more officials agreed to take affirmative steps to discredit and retaliate against Wilson and leak sensitive government information about his wife. To prove a criminal conspiracy, the actions need not have been criminal, but conspirators must have had a criminal purpose.
Lawyers involved in the case interviewed for this report agreed to talk only if their names were not used, citing Fitzgerald's request for secrecy.
One source briefed on Miller's account of conversations with Libby said it is doubtful her testimony would on its own lead to charges against any government officials. But, the source said, her account could establish a piece of a web of actions taken by officials that had an underlying criminal purpose.[...]

If Pat Fitzgerald is looking for a list of possible conspirators among "a group of senior Bush administration officials," he could do worse than starting HERE, and if you're looking for an overarching name for this conspiracy, might we suggest THIS ONE? (The outlines of this story might soon become so obvious that even the New York Times will finally be forced to print the words "White House Iraq Group" in their proper sequence.)

formerly WHIGGATE.org
The White House Iraq Group (WHIG), with members Rove, Card, Rice, Libby, Matalin, Hughes, Hadley et al., is the group that sold us the Iraq War with false information, and tried to silence one prominent critic by exposing a CIA agent's identity.
WHIGGATE is the scandal that will bring [or should have brought] down the Bush/Cheney Administration.
WHIGGATE UPDATE is a clearing house for information about this group and its activities.



White House Iraq Group on Wikipedia
White House Iraq Group on SourceWatch
WHIG Timeline at Democrats.org
Patrick Fitzgerald's official website
Pentagon Iraq Group (PIG) a.k.a. OSP
21 Plame suspects on Think Progress
Key Washington Post article 10 Aug 03
CBS on the WHIG subpoena of 22 Jan 04
First appearance of "WHIGgate" 12 Jul 05
The Crisis Papers of 19 Jul 05
Judy & Tubes of Terror Moore 3 Aug 05
Raw Story WHIG/Cheney links 12 Oct 05
Rich on WHIG in the NY Times 16 Oct 05
Kucinich Resolution of Inquiry 20 Oct 05
Libby Indictment 28 Oct 05
Rall "Bigger Than Watergate" 1 Nov 05
Snake Oil Merchants at tvnewslies.org
Articles of Impeachment 10 Jun 08


Karl Rove
Who's Who in Washington Post
SourceWatch Biography
Andrew H. Card
WHIG of the Week entry on WU
Official White House Biography
SourceWatch Biography
I. Lewis Libby
Official White House Biography
SourceWatch Biography
PDF of Libby Indictment 28 Oct 05
Karen Hughes
WHIG of the Week entry on WU
Official State Department Biography
BuzzFlash Article
SourceWatch Biography
Mary Matalin
Biography at American President.org
SourceWatch Biography
James R. Wilkinson
WHIG of the Week entry on WU
Official White House Biography
SourceWatch Biography
Nicholas E. Calio
WHIG of the Week entry on WU
Official CitiGroup Biography
SourceWatch Biography
Stephen J. Hadley
WHIG of the Week entry on WU
Official White House Biography
SourceWatch Biography
Condoleezza Rice
Official White House Biography
Official State Department Biography
SourceWatch Biography
Scott McClellan
Scott's WHIG of the Week entry on WU

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