Beltway Traffic Jam
Sorry for the light posting today. Work-like activities intervened. This will likely be the last post of the day as well, as actual life-like activities are scheduled for this evening.
The extra-long Thursday linkfest should help you cope with blog withdrawal symptoms:
- Steven Taylor examines the substance of Kerry criticisms of the Bush Iraq policy.
- Kevin Aylward warns against bargain shopping.
- Frank J is now writing jokes in code.
- Ogged explains why NBA halftimes are more fun than the games.
- Matt Yglesias catches Hillary in a gross violation of the use/mention distinction.
- Stephen Green links news of a smaller Navy.
- David Pinto reports that Andres Gallaraga’s cancer has returned. I hope the Big Cat recovers again.
- Jeff Jarvis blogs Don Rumsfeld.
- Steve Verdon has a thorough post on the overtime pay issue.
- Will Baude contemplates the reverse Tinkerbell effect.
- Dan Drezner is going to be on NBC Nightly News tomorrow. [TiVo it and fast-forward past the non-Dan segments. -ed.]
- Bill Hobbs explains why newspapers no longer appeal to young people.
- Everyone else seems to be linking this Ace of Spades post, so I will too.
- Jon Henke compares the Bush and Kerry “guts” records.
- Kate’s collecting snarkage.
- The moonbats are out at Smash’s place.
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