Hiawatha Noir — Shorpy with a deeply awesome train photo.
Algae-Bot Scouts for Toxic Blooms — This be some cool tech.
Record Heat for Land Surfaces in March — The weather has clearly been conspiring with the Antarctic ice sheet.
The Return of Big Government — US News & World Report with a stunning story about how the limited government and conservative spending policies of the Bush administration are going to be overthrown in the next election.
McCain: A Question of Temperament — I realize McCain's allegedly violent temper isn't nearly on a par with Obama ordering orange juice, but it might be important should he win the election. Or maybe not. After all, Bush has shown us that a president with poor personal qualities in no wise leads a damaging administration.
Secretary Rice announces Second Amendment is incompatible with democracy — "...the prime minister has laid down some ground rules which any functioning democratic state would insist upon, having to do with, you know, arms belonging to the state, not to -- not in private hands." Imagine the reaction if Hillary had said those exact words.
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Currently reading: The Cater Street Hangman by Anne Perry [ Powell's | Amazon ]