Sunday, March 06, 2011

Bits and Pieces - March 6, 2011

Nice explanation from Mark Hibbs of why the IAEA won't be inspecting Syria's Dair Azour site, which the Israelis claimed held a reactor and bombed, any time soon.

Golly, I sure am glad that the gummint isn't restricting our access to medical help. I'm sure the insurance companies are doing this for our benefit.

Peter Gomes, who died this week, on the non-support of the Bible for homophobia.

The banksters have enough arrogance to use their usual tricks on Dana Milbank.

What your memory can do. There are a lot of screeds around about how the internet is ruining our minds. Nice to be reminded of the positive side of things. I'm inclined to believe we can have it both ways.

Michael Scheuer differs with the conventional wisdom about al Qaeda and the Arab uprisings. My own feeling is it's too early to tell; more about this in a later post.

The centennial of the Triangle Shirtwaist fire.

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