Slate's take on Plamegate.

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Oct. 27 2005 5:43 PM

Plamegate

Slate's take on the fiasco.

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"Turd Blossom Must Go: There is no moral case for keeping Karl Rove on the government payroll," by Timothy Noah. Posted July 11, 2005.

"Who Owns Judith Miller's Notes?: Can her bosses turn them over to the feds?" by Daniel Engber. Posted July 8, 2005.

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"Miller's Time: A biased salute to two brave friends," by Walter Shapiro. Posted July 6, 2005.

"What About Bob?: Judith Miller and Matt Cooper seem to be headed for jail. Why isn't Robert Novak?" by Daniel Engber. Posted Feb. 17, 2005.

"Memo to Cooper and Miller: Fire Floyd Abrams. Hire Bruce Sanford," by Jack Shafer. Posted Feb. 15, 2005.

"First Amendment Chicken Little: E.J. Dionne gets hysterical," by Jack Shafer. Posted Dec. 17, 2004.

"God Bless Judith Miller: Two cheers for our courageous First Amendment martyr," by Jack Shafer. Posted Oct. 8, 2004.

"Nixon Lives!: Special Prosecutor Patrick J. Fitzgerald beats the press," by Jack Shafer. Posted Sep. 17, 2004.

"Free Matt Cooper!: And Walter Pincus! And maybe even Bob Novak!" by Jack Shafer. Posted Aug. 10, 2004.

"Plame's Lame Game: What Ambassador Joseph Wilson and his wife forgot to tell us about the yellow-cake scandal," by Christopher Hitchens. Posted July 13, 2004.

"Ashcroft as Br'er Rabbit: Will a special counsel bury the Plame investigation?" by Timothy Noah. Posted Jan. 2, 2004.

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