The discussion of consideration of impeachment of Bush is slowly percolating around the edges of the news these days. I thought I might try to post a regular watch of it, and if it ends up being front page news at some point, we can have some sort of record of the progress. I'm not providing full context, but the links are provided for full reading.
I'm looking for news that is actually published or broadcast, as opposed to web-only news, at this point. Feel free to add any additional links.
For today's Moment of Zen:
(yes, stolen without regard from the Daily Show)
Conyers and Covington, GA
The Lighter Side
The New England Patriots could become the only other team besides the Denver Broncos to win a Super Bowl during an impeachment year.
Naples Daily News
Morton Kondracke: Bush should welcome intel probe
If Bush willfully lied -- which I doubt -- articles of impeachment could be filed.
Christian Science Monitor
As probes mount, Bush has allies
But in an era when the question "What did the president know and when did he know it?" has become commonplace, Bush has a political edge that others in the Oval Office have lacked.
Facing a hostile Congress, Presidents Nixon and Clinton watched a bungled burglary and a sex scandal morph into resignation and impeachment. President Reagan faced a tough Iran-Contra investigation on Capitol Hill. The Bush administration, by contrast, has been wielding at least some say in the timing and focus of investigations, and restraint on Capitol Hill can help preserve a his credibility, presidential experts say.