Thursday, August 23, 2007

thursday reads

Spencer Ackerman - McConnell: FISA Debate Will Kill Americans

Once Upon a Time - You, Too, Can and Should Be an "Intelligence Analyst"

Rick Perlstein - Bright, shining lies

Mark Morford: Notes & Errata: Jenna Bush wedding bells

Texas 30 - Baltimore 3: After looking at the score, it's hard to believe the Orioles led this game 3-0 at one point. The Rangers' 30 runs sets a modern MLB record, surpassing the mark of 29 runs that were scored by the Red Sox (June 8, 1950) and White Sox (April 23, 1955). It's the second-most runs all-time as the Chicago Colts (now the Cubs) scored 36 against the Louisville Colonels on June 29, 1897. Jarrod Saltalamacchia led the Rangers' charge, going 4-for-6 with two homers, five runs and seven RBIs.

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