All the News That Fits. . . Blair's Last Supper, Fanning the Flames of Jihad and More

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  • Intelligence report discloses a fatalistic five-year forecast in which an envigorated jihadi movement, rallied by war in Iraq, spreads globally faster than the West can kill, capture or quarantine it. In other words: We are not winning the "war on terror."
  • In his final conference with the Labour party, Blair bids farewell with a call for international partnership. For standing by the States, Clinton says 'thanks.'
  • Conservative Insight Magazine admits "voting machines can be hacked."
  • The Great American Aspen tree is dying out inexplicably as researchers scramble to pinpoint why.

[With Rolling Stone]