Shortly after Bush concluded his speech, Kagan introduced CNN national security correspondent David Ensor, whom she called "our CNN fact-checker." While noting that Bush "had promised some unprecedented details," which, she suggested, he did not provide, she then made a statement in Bush's defense when Ensor suggested that reporters would be looking for corroboration of Bush's assertion that "the United States and our partners have disrupted at least 10 serious Al Qaeda terrorist plots since September 11th, including three Al Qaeda plots to attack inside the United States": KAGAN: We've been listening to President Bush as he speaks in the Ronald Reagan Amphitheater, speaking to the National Endowment for Democracy, refocusing the nation's attentions on the war on terror and the situation on Iraq. We're going to get to that in just a moment, but the president saying things like, "Now we will see freedom's victory.
For sure, many of her predicaments are self-inflicted and owing to a moat of false insincerity and inscrutability she's built over decades. They include animus prompted by irrational and unjust accusations, and being, well, female.A beautiful thing is happening with a musician with Alzheimer’s in Portland, Oregon.Three years ago, Steve Goodwin was diagnosed with the awful disease. None more heartbreaking than the music he has spent almost 50 years composing and playing for his beloved wife, Joni.On the October 6 broadcast of his nationally syndicated radio show, Rush Limbaugh read a "note" that, he said, came from his "mistress in Georgia," an apparent reference to CNN anchor Daryn Kagan.According to Limbaugh, his "mistress" said of President Bush's October 6 speech on the war on terror, "This is great. This sounds like you giving this speech." Limbaugh said he agreed: "And I was going, 'Rah, rah.