News and notes from the MSM and the blogosphere:
— The talented RightWingSparkle is leaving the blogosphere, to pursue volunteer work, which is – as you’ll see from her post – something she finds immensely rewarding. Here’s wishing her all the best. She’ll be missed. (Hat tip: MKH)
— Did you know that the EU is trying to stifle videobloggers? Michelle Malkin has the details.
— Captain Ed is staying on top of the latest developments in the Harry Reid non-disclosuregate scandal. Of course, it’s a scandal to us, but not the MSM. Sweetness and Light is also on the case.
— The liberal ACLU now has some competition out there: the conservative PJI. Read more about it here.
— This will make him even more unpopular with the Nutroots (which is a good thing): Joe Lieberman has endorsed John Bolton for permanent US ambassador to the UN. Good for him.
— Former President GeraldFord, 93, is back home at his Southern California home after being hospitalized for five days while undergoing medical tests. Here’s hoping he feels better soon.
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— Watch the video on the political junk in Hillary’s trunk (heh). Speaking of Hillary, the “named after Sir Edmund Hillary” claim has finally been put to rest.
— Chris Hitchens has a different take than most Iraq war supporters on those highly questionable Lancet numbers. (Hat tip: Decision ’08)
— How would you like to live in a chocolate igloo?