Nothing (Anything?) but the truth
By Michael Graham (Jewish World Review)
"The British intelligence review out this week says that, not only was Bush right about his general statement that Iraq wanted uranium from Africa, he would have been accurate with the more specific claim that Saddam tried to get yellowcake from Niger. Iraq's attempts to go nuclear (again) was tracked for three years by British eavesdropping and spying, then confirmed independently by the French. President Bush was absolutely right, and the media's coverage of this story was absolutely wrong."