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Jon Tester’s a Senator. Matt Singer writes a letter asking Jon not to betray the roots of his campaign. Hear, hear. I didn’t bust my hump to put another corporate shill into office.

Mike Dennison profiles newly elected Public Service Commission member, Ken Toole.

When Western sprawl meets wildfires, it ain’t pretty. Personally I don’t think it’s the feds’ responsibility. If you live in wildfire country during a spike in global temperatures, expect fires.

Look at that: mining usually does have an effect on groundwater! What a surprise!

PBS Now is running a show on Friday about Idaho’s White Clouds Wilderness debate.

Neiwert’s fifth chapter in his series on eliminationism in America is up…

George Will, wrong on blogs, wrong on the minimum wage.

The WSJ confirms Will’s idiocy on the minimum wage

Kevin Drum notices that Republicans are now coming out in favor of universal health care.

Oh, and at least one Canadian thinks US health care would have killed him.

Congratulations to Nancy Pelosi for becoming our nation’s first woman Speaker of the House. Now the media needs to catch up.

Not only is the Democratic agenda the right thing to do, it’s extremely popular.

One the popular issues is stem cell research – which Senator Brownback plans on filibustering. Go for it, Senator.

Meanwhile, right-wing nutjobs crank up the rhetoric – and call for assassination of Democrats!

George Bush says he can and will open and read your mail whenever he wants, warrants be d*mned.

Digby notes that the US government’s intent to “incapacitate” Jose Padilla by destroying his mind resembles a similar program in the Soviet system.

The “surge” all about politics. How many US deaths are worth a five-point bump in the polls for Bush?

Good news for humanity: military contractors in Iraq now fall under the military justice system.

The Progressive Truth got its hand on W’s original submission to the WSJ’s op-ed page…

A computer-imaging company claims that MLB’s baseballs were “juiced” in 1998 when the homerun record fell to McGuire.


  1. Your link to Dennison’s profile of Toole goes to the wrong piece.

  2. Thanks! Link restored…

  3. Re: at least one Canadian believes US health care would have killed him. A reader from Colorado responds that US health care DID kill her brother. At Our Expense




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