6/22: Morning Communique
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Paul Demko has a Minnesota Thunder update at Live Nude Weblog.
A contract awarded to a Halliburton subsidiary in June 2000 while Vice President Dick Cheney was still at the helm of the firm spawned the detention centers at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, via Raw Story.
The Los Angeles Times suspended its "Wikitorial" Web feature after some users flooded the site over the weekend with foul language and pornographic photos.
The House passed a mammoth defense spending bill Monday evening, but only after Rep. John Hostettler (R-Ind) was forced to take back remarks accusing Democrats of "demonizing Christians."
[MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY]
I could have been reading The Corrections, or I could have been reading Boof's Bergblog. At times I couldn't tell the difference.
Steve Gilliard has invited the 18-year-old son of Power Line blog's Hindrocket to consider a career in the military.
Surprising Expiration Dates from Real Simple
Enjoy the eComic of The War of the Worlds which does not contain a certain couch-jumping media whore.
[FREEDOM OF SPEECH]
"For a year now I have walked around with a secret, a secret I chose to keep. But now I want you to be among the first to know that I have made plans to renew and revive The Smashing Pumpkins. I want my band back, and my songs, and my dreams."
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