Norman Podhorertz takes on the "Bush lied, People died" meme, also known as the 16 words, which evolved into the Plame/Libby/Wilson debacle, etc., etc.
It's a compelling, point-by-point refutation of the whole sorry story. Problem is: The people who should be reading it, either won't read it or won't be convinced. The WMD issue has become an article of faith-- like infant baptism, the holy trinity or transubstantiation--in the church of the antiwar left.
Here's another interesting tidbit in the WMD story (via Steve the Llama Butcher). I've gotta ask: If this is true, and I've no reason to doubt it, why hasn't the Bush administration trumpeted these findings at every opportunity?
UPDATE: More here.