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Lynn Bradach lost her son in Iraq—a son she believes died for a lie. Now, she’s headed to Washington, D.C., to join Cindy Sheehan and others for what is being billed as a huge, war-stopping march on September 24.
Michael Brown, the outgoing head of FEMA, forgot to remove the first draft of his resignation letter from his office's laser printer. A disgruntled federal employee discovered Michael Brown's resignation letter and faxed it to me.
The Stranger Election Control Board cracked down on the candidates this year—busting them for weak answers, fake records of accomplishment, and lame positions on everything from strip clubs to the viaduct.