Judith Miller, the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times correspondent that pushed all the Bush administration spin about the (so-far non-existent) existence of WMD in Iraq, has finally come home. She's taken a job with the friends of "greater economic choice and individual responsibility" at the Manhattan Institute. She's written for their City Journal quarterly before, so look for more stories from her on the cop beat. "The Manhattan Institute is doing pioneering work in policing and counter-terrorism," Miller said in a release today. "As an adjunct fellow, I hope to continue writing about how best to enhance national security and public safety without sacrificing our freedom and civil liberties."
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