- Obama Campaign Attacks, And Backtracks, on Palin (Elizabeth Holmes, WSJ) Misogyny you can believe in?
- Evangelicals energized by McCain-Palin ticket (Eric Gorski, Miami Herald)
- Husband of veep choice is snowmobile racer (Rachel D'oro, AP) What a great family bio — and unlike Biden’s windbaggery, it apparently isn’t manufactured or plagiarized.
- A valentine to evangelical base (Joseph Williams, Boston Globe)
- Maverick gets his Rove on (Brothers Judd)
- The hostess with the
I stopped at the Weslayan/59 Starbucks on the way to work today (since my favorite Shepherd store by 59 Diner was closed).
This one has a drive through, although I don’t see any need to use the drive through. There were about six cars waiting in line.
I strolled in. There was nobody waiting in line. My redeye was done in a flash and I was off.
People were still waiting in the drive through, wasting gasoline and belching emissions
- How the Georgian Conflict Really Started (Melik Kaylan, WSJ)
- Why Doesn't Plagiarism Matter? (Jonathan Beecher Field, Inside Higher Ed)
- Second-Quarter GDP Surprises (Tony Crescenzi, The Street)
- Pelosi gets unwanted lesson in Catholic theology (Rachel Zoll, AP)
- The separation of church and Pelosi (David Reinhard, The Oregonian)
- Bill and Hillary grandstand their way into history (Sally Bedell Smith, FT)
- Voters should be troubled by Obama's abortion stance
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- Musharraf's Removal Has Not Solved Pakistan's Problems (Muhammad Tahir, EurasiaNet)
- Pakistan’s turmoil (FT)
- Governing Coalition Collapses in Pakistan (Candace Rondeaux, WaPo)
- An inflation model from a bygone era (Larry Hatheway, FT)
- Medvedev endorses Georgia break-up (Charles Clover, Isabel Gorst & Stefan Wagstyl, FT)
- Aging Population Spooks EU (Spiegel)
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