June 28, 2005
Morning ReadsTopics: Blogger Round-up
Tuesday morning reads from around the blogosphere:
Basil's Blog has a morning headline news summary with some items that you might otherwise miss.
American Daughter Media Center reminds us that the threat to the United States from Iran is more urgent than that from other hostile foreign countries.
Captain Ed has a lesson for Turbin Durbin, Amnesty International, and anyone else that doesn't understand the difference between systemic torture as policy and genocide as a state goal on one hand, and isolated cases of abuse by rogue personnel who get prosecuted for their actions on the other.
Michael Yon has another great Mil-blog read on our guys in action on the ground(and air and sea) in Iraq.
Blog-Iran in yesterday's post has a read on the Bush administration preparing to implement new measurements against Iran, Syria, and North Korea that have been accused of having weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
Mover Mike on Keto - asks "Do you trust your government to tell you what your land is worth to you?"
Dean tells us to send this to all our friends. They're gonna love it.
Dan at Digger's Realm has an important post on a little girl named Isabel with a rare, 1-in-70,000 disorder called Sanfilippo syndrome, or MPS III. She needs a stem-cell transplant to block the advancing disease and needs help. Jeff at Backcountry Conservative has information on how. Speed of Thought and others are also covering the story.
Posted by Hyscience at June 28, 2005 8:26 AM
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