Oh man, sorry this is such a late post. I got busy at work this morning and had to rush straight to the MediaScout. Just a few quick thoughts today anyway. The Post continued its on-again, off-again coverage of the Arar Inquiry with a Don Martin column attacking the former Canadian ambassador to Syria whose testimony was reported across the board yesterday. However, they elected not to coverage day two of his testimony, which could be even more damning than day one. Read the coverage that the Post skipped here. As a follow-up to the Uzbekistan story I linked to at the end of yesterday's Megalomedia post, I point you to the Globe's coverage today. You can probably guess what I have to say about this, but if not (or if you really enjoy reading my thoughts), check out today's MediaScout. Remember when I praised the Citizen and Star for outdigging the Globe on the new Canadian Forces ombudsman? It's here, if you forget. Well, the Citizen decided not to follow up. Turns out the Commons defence committee killed his nomination. The Star was the only paper to report on it. Okay, that's it for today. I'm off to a CFL preseason game tonight, man I've missed football. Go 'Gades, Go.