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Saturday, November 08, 2003  

There's some really amazing stuff in the blogosphere. I don't know why, but I get caught up writing so much that sometimes I don't stop to enjoy the riches of other people's minds. Do yourself a favor and follow a few (or all) of these links--all of it's great stuff.

Analysis of Fox's troubled relationship with Jessica Lynch (the real one, not Karl Rove's storybook fiction) at Body and Soul.

Brad DeLong challenges the Reagan hagiography.

The Political Compass Test has been a minor meme in the blogs this week. Lawrence doesn't like it and he tells us why at Less is More. (Me: Economic Left/Right: -6.12; Libertarian/Authoritarian: -7.33.)

I'll link this post, but if you've been wondering how to interpret the latest economic figures, read the past week on Maxspeak.

This is what all Democrats should be saying to anyone who will listen for the next year: "Time and time again, it is Democrats who face the real problems of American families, and it is Democrats who work to find the solutions."

Cyndy reports on a Border's strike in the offing. Tired of the trickle not coming down, workers are starting to take matters into their own hands. Good work, Cyndy.

Ruminating on Ralph: don't do it!

Been meaning to link to this for a week: another fine opinion from a man whose mind I enjoy.

I don't read Tacitus as often as I should. Every time I do, I regret that. This one in particular is exceptional: one of those posts that didn't exist before a blogosphere existed.

This view is not easy to summarize. It is, however, easy to read.

Finally, Skimble has discovered an obscure story that shouldn't be obscure. Turns out that the US is roughly as competent managing its funds as it is managing the reconstruction.

posted by Jeff | 1:39 PM |
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