At the blogs,
CANADA’S CRY: ‘WHY US?’. Sigmund, Carl and Alfred, posting from Canada, has two must-reads on the subject: Canadian Terrorists and What Is Not Being Said, and The Times of London Gets It: The Problem Is Terror, Not America.
The ACLU won another lawsuit this month here in SoFla with the help of Federal Judge Kenneth Ryskamp.
Judge Ryskamp ruled that it is unconstitutional to require a student to stand and recite the Pledge of Allegiance and that a student does not have to get a parent’s permission to be excused from reciting the pledge.
Rep. Charles Rangel has ‘fessed up to having violated congressional ethics rules by taking his son to Cuba in 2002 on a trip paid for by Fidel Castro’s government and New York grocery titan John Castimatidis.
Clashes Break Out in NW Iran, Qom Protesters Drive Out Rafsanjani, and it’s not just university students doing the protesting:
In face of the chaos created he had to break up his speech and leave the town immediately. He was planned to address another meeting in the town but it had to be cancelled.
The Wrath of Ka: Black anti-Semites storm Paris’s old Jewish quarter.
Is North Korea preparing to test a missile that could hit the United States? Sure sounds like it.
. . . from Maria:
Debate Over Wind Power Creates Environmental Rift
Biotech Food Tears Rifts in Europe. Questions on Biotech Crops With No Clear Answers, even when there’s been genetically modified foods since Gregor Mendel started playing with his peas in the middle of the 19th Century.
Therapies: Music May Offer Pain Relief Beyond Medication, in my case if it’s Baroque or Ancient music. And of course, Bryn.