as a matter of fact
Dodd at Ipse Dixit commented on a Washington Times story he found on Flyover Country Today that seemed to indicate Senator Joseph Biden wants to amend the Posse Comitatus Act to expand the military's police powers, and that Homeland Security emty suit Tom Ridge opposed the idea. (Dodd made other, typical, Coulter-esque comments in his post that I don't care to dignify with a response.) I pointed out in a comment that the AP story I'd read lent itself to a different interpretation--it cites Bush as urging the law be reviewed and indicates Ridge and Biden are both mulling the role the military should have in reacting to a terrorist incident--and then dug up a Reuters story that seems to support the AP account.
To his great credit, Flyover Country's Kevin McGehee noticed the thread and ran a correction, and even credited me. Props, Kevin, and thanks!
(By the way, I'm not saying that alleged Constitutional expert Biden isn't contemplating some disturbing changes in the law--he certainly is.)
Update: I really don't mean to pick on Dodd, but I noticed Ramsey of Literal Politics posted a lengthy refutation of another of Dodd's posts defending Cheney over Haliburton.