If you’ve been involved with collaborative web projects you’ve probably heard of "wikis." If not, a "wiki" is a shared website that’s generally devoted to informational projects. Anybody can post, within certain limits, anything they like as long as it’s topical. The idea being that one person rarely can know everything about a subject, but get a few thousand knowledgeable individuals together in collaboration and you will end up with a very complete information website indeed.
With this in mind, enter the Wiki of Wrongdoing. People for the American Way, a political action group that would like to see regime change in the U.S. in 2008, has implemented the same technology that Wikipedia utilizes to come up with a definitive encyclopedia of George W. Bush’s administration’s legal, ethical, moral and competency shortcomings. If you’re into this sort of thing it’s definitely worth a look.