Friday, November 30, 2007

friday reads

Thousands of knife-wielding protesters took to the streets of Khartoum today to demand the execution of the British primary school teacher who let children in her class name a teddy bear Muhammad.

In a lucrative new form of fiscal alchemy, a growing number of hospitals, working with a range of financial companies, are squeezing revenue from patients with little or no health insurance.

Midnight Oil's frontman Peter Garrett named Australia's Environment Minister

Tommy K and the Shitpile

A former flight attendant has sued JetBlue Airways, saying he was fired because the airline found out he was Muslim.

Obama's eating of vegetables fuels rumors about him. (WaPo Cartoonist Toles Mocks His Paper)

The USG Open Source Center translates an interview in an Argentinian newspaper with International Atomic Energy Agency head, Mohamed Elbaradei, on how to deal with the Iranian nuclear research program. He cautions that a direct military attack would almost guarantee that Iran develops an atomic bomb.

John Scalzi gives a report on the Creation Museum.

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