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CITY PAGES BLOGS
Pizza Man or Pizza Whore? Another tale from the pepperoni-strewn Streets of Pizza.
Steve Monaco has last week's winners and this week's Monday Movie Quiz question at Couch Pundit.
The Utah Board of Education on Friday unanimously approved a position statement supporting the continued exclusive teaching of evolution in state classrooms.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer vowed to "kill" Google in an expletitive-laced, chair-throwing tirade when a senior engineer told him he was leaving the company to go work for Google, the engineer claimed in court documents made public on Friday.
The Justice Initiative and INTERIGHTS yesterday called on Angola to comply with its international human rights obligations, following the expiry of a UN-imposed deadline on the southern African country to act to protect freedom of expression.
MINNESOTA BLOG OF THE DAY
Dive into the anti-Americanism of the BBC, as well as the anti-Bush editorials of the Associated Press at Fresh Bilge.
Belly Bytes catalogues the 29 Healthiest Foods on the Planet
National Geographic captures photos of the rare Asian cheetah in an Iranian "camera trap."
FREEDOM OF SPEECH
"I'm not surprised at what the feds say, they're covering their butts. They're keeping the body counts down because they don't want to horrify the nation. It's worse than Iraq, worse than 9-11. They just don't want to know how many were murdered by bureaucracy."
-- Jefferson Parish President Aaron Broussard
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