Thursday :: Jul 21, 2005

Blogosphere Roundup

by eriposte

Here are some interesting posts I saw today.

Kash at Angry Bear has some thoughts about China's big announcement today regarding their currency.

Michael Stickings at The Reaction has some thoughts on Canada becoming the fourth country in the world to legalize same sex marriage.

Emptywheel at The Next Hurrah has a most interesting post asking whether the INR Memo is a red herring and he discovers that Bob Novak may have revealed some other classified information as well. I've bookmarked it for my ongoing review of the SSCI Report.

Susie Madrak points to a Raw Story piece on a dissent from Democrats on the "Patriot" Act renewal highlighting various abuses including this:

It has been used to unconstitutionally coerce an Internet Service Provider to divulge information about e-mail activity and web surfing on its system, and then to gag that Provider from even disclosing the abuse to the public.

The scientists at Real Climate round up the responses of leading researchers to Rep. Joe Barton's (R-Corruption) egregious intimidation tactics.

Max Blumenthal notes that Bush's Rehnquist-clone, Ken Starr-loving, Partisan operative (e.r., Judge Roberts) was an attorney for Fox News.


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