Judge clears new Calif domestic partner law for Jan. 1 start date
Bush flip-flops on national intelligence director
I especially like this summary of the Bush administration from Kerry's national security advisor:
the president stakes out positions and holds them as long as it is politically tenable. And when it becomes politically untenable, he puts forward partial measures in order to appear to be a proponent and to co-opt the issue. And then he slow-rolls to avoid doing anything serious to follow up.