TechCentralStation has picked up the story.
The Attack on One Man That Was Bigger Than the Clash of Civilizations
Within every society, everywhere in the world, there exist individuals willing to use violence to get what they want. Saddam Hussein terrorized the Iraqi people to make himself rich and powerful. Foster Barton's attacker terrorized an American soldier to make himself feel good. They may not be linked by a common command-and-control structure or political ideology, but they are certainly linked by common, warped view of humanity. They share the belief that they are free, whenever they can get away with it, to make others the object of their violence. The current war against the network of dictators and terrorists, even more fundamental than a clash of civilizations, is a part of civilized society's ongoing stand against violence-for-personal-gain-and-fulfillment. The attack against Foster Barton was part of that same war.
In the meantime someone has been arrested for the attack.
Brent Cornwell, 28, of Blacklick, was arrested Tuesday night by Columbus police. He was charged with felonious assault Wednesday morning at a Delaware County Municipal Court video arraignment.
The Top 10 Kerry Flip-Flops still doesn't show on CBS's site. It might have been there for a while this morning and dropped off while I wasn't looking. Regardless, the bush list was there for at least 24 hours. As far as I can tell, the only way to see the Kerry list is to first go the the Bush list and click on the link.
But CBS does have a story about a new Bush guard document surfacing although it does not seem to add much.
The White House on Wednesday night produced a November 1974 document bearing Bush's signature from Cambridge, Mass., where he was attending Harvard Business School, saying he had decided not to continue as a member of the military reserve.
The document, signed a year after Bush left the Texas Air National Guard, said he was leaving the military because of "inadequate time to fulfill possible future commitments."
Like I said, CBS sounds more and more like the Iraqi Information Minister.