Looks like the Washington Post realized the mistake they made in burying the Downing Street Memo, and have decided to go back to reporting real news, frontpaging a Walter Pincus story on the Secret Cabinet Memo unearthed by The London Times:
The eight-page memo, written in advance of a July 23, 2002, Downing Street meeting on Iraq, provides new insights into how senior British officials saw a Bush administration decision to go to war as inevitable, and realized more clearly than their American counterparts the potential for the post-invasion instability that continues to plague Iraq.
In its introduction, the memo "Iraq: Conditions for Military Action" notes that U.S. "military planning for action against Iraq is proceeding apace," but adds that "little thought" has been given to, among other things, "the aftermath and how to shape it."
Read the whole thing. It's solid reporting. Nice to see that some parts of the media appear to listen to us when we have a legitimate point to make, as we did when we chastised them for ignoring the Downing Street Memo.
Or perhaps nostalgia over Deep Throat is getting the Post to try and be a real news outfit again.
In any event, I hope the Washington Post is not standing alone in the US Media on this one.