The Ana Log: Sep. 18, 2006

Reporting from her Washington base camp, ANA MARIE COX dishes the dirt on D.C.

Reporting from her Washington base camp, ANA MARIE COX dishes the dirt on D.C.

STUFF HAPPENS Republicans successfully block Senate Democrats from bringing to a vote a no-confidence resolution on Donald Rumsfeld. We understand. The Administration needs someone who can make Dick Cheney seem popular.

THE TIFFANY NETWORK Katie Couric settles her digitally slenderized posterior into the anchor chair warmed previously by gentle white men. The newscaster promptly strikes a blow for gender equality by conducting her all-grown-up softball mainstream-media interview with the President. You go, girl!

THE ONION PEELS RIGHT The Republican National Committee launches America Weakly, a conservative fake-...

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