July 08, 2004

Good Reading

Alternet: Why the author of Imperial Hubris is anonymous, even though plenty of people seem to know who he is.

Atrios on the kind of lawyer John Edwards was. I'm glad he's on our side.

Digby commemorates our new veep pick by reposting his first reaction to an Edwards speech.

Guardian: The author of the original British abortion law talks about what he thinks would be reasonable guidelines for amending it. Core British values, which I link to because it's good to remember that we aren't the only people who are proud of their country. Sidney Blumenthal has a profile of Edwards' advantages. An interview with Lila Lipscomb, the mother of a dead U.S. soldier whose grief over her son's death was featured prominently in Fahrenheit 9/11.

Seeing the Forest on why Michael Moore should be cheered for playing the game like a pro.

Talking Points Memo has the word on the oil for food 'scandal.'

The SEIU gives Edwards their seal of approval.

Vitamins may be great for adults, but parents might contemplate holding off on baby multivitamins unless there's a specific deficiency that needs to be addressed.

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