Tonight, author Richard Preston promotes his new book The Wild Trees: A Story of Passion and Daring.
Jon begins the show with a look at presidential candidate photo-ops by showing John Edwards going to a hospital to help the infirmed. Jon then talks about Bush's view of the "progress" were making in Iraq and what he thinks about the Dems new war spending bill. Jon then chats with John Oliver, Senior Military Analyst, about Bush seeking a war czar, a new position the administration created to oversee the Iraq War and perhaps syphon blame away from Bush in a segment called "Mess O'Potomac". Finally, the Duke lacrosse team is found innocent and Jon takes a stab at Nancy Grace by insulting her extensive coverage and preconceived notions of guilt for the now innocent team.
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