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June 16, 2005
Did You Read This?

At King of Zembla, an entry on Representative Cynthia McKinney's pointed speech to the House, a speech that could have been titled, "How Did We Get Into This War, Anyhow?"

From Econbrowser, "Contango, backwardation, and all that good stuff, about things that affect the price of oil. I read it once, quickly. I'm going to have to read it again, more carefully.

Max Blumenthal points out that, "Edith Is Missing, Too."

I know you read Whiskey Bar's Billmon on "Blowback," right?

At the ACSBlog, you should have read, "Marty Lederman: "GTMO: Where Was the Law? Whither the UCMJ?"

Big Brass Blog has a lot more on the Senate's lynching apology, including names of six Southern (color me so surprised) Senators who apparently refused to sign.

And, speaking of racism, Colorado Luis has a good entry on Denver's contentious Columbus Day parade.

Dr. Fallon, at In The Dark, gives us a bit more on that African "debt relief" proposal.

At the Rittenhouse Review, we're told that the Rightwing element in the Senate is after those dangerous Lefties at the Red Cross.

Had this come from a source not famed for lying, misrepresentation, distortion, and outright bigotry, I might have considered it. But I have to consider the source...and to consider that maybe what's really frightening the Rightwingnuts is that the Democrats are finding their feet, finding their voices, and finding their power. And I think that's a problem for the wingnuts. (Although I'm not ruling out the fact that Limbaugh and his ilk are actually better off when they're in opposition. Their brand of hatemongering really needs to be "persecuted" and "repressed" to come over properly.)

Vietnam and Iraq. (Via Cliopatria.)

No wonder my Bloglines subscription for the Fablog doesn't work any more. David E has had to take drastic measures to rid himself of the spammers.

Oh. My. God.

(There's no point in linking to David Neiwert because everyone who is anyone reads him already.)

Posted by AnneZook at 05:52 PM


Thanks for the link, Anne.

Posted by: CE Petro at June 17, 2005 02:23 PM

My pleasure. :) I don't know how much traffic I can steer over, but I thought the entry was a good one and worth pointing out.

Posted by: Anne at June 17, 2005 07:17 PM