Here's another set of links from my guest-posting stint at Crooks and Liars.
PSoTD listens to Lugar and says Grow up, America. Steve Soto is hopeful that the dam has broken with Lugar's statement.
Kiko's House - Christie Whitman: Hypocrite & Prevaricator (and the Rude Pundit has a mouthful to say on this one too).
Prairie Weather is feeling cynical about Tony Blur's new McJob.
The Heretik says some free speech is more free than others. It depends who is buying.
Over at Comments From Left Field, they're losing IQ points reading the WSJ on Gitmo...so that you don't have to.
The All Spin Zone - Bush was handed a petition by 50 High School kids yeaterday, saying they don't want America to be a nation of torturers. There is still hope.
Some sane conservatives still exist, thankfully. Here's James Joyner on the reporter who wants out of Afghanistan and wants to blame the Dems for it, and Steven Taylor pointing out that the White House defense of Cheney amounts to "I don’t know if this is my wife or not."
Texas Liberal, though, is having trouble with not-so sane conservatives and bumper stickers.
The Galloping Beaver discovers Canada has ceded military control over domestic incidents to the U.S.
I'm limited at C&L and really can only link once to any given blog there this week, but here's another couple of good posts I would like to have included.
Connecting.the.dots has been counting heads and says the numbers needed on the Hill to stop the occupation of Iraq are nearly there.
And The Left End of the Dial gets wonkish on the definition of torture for Torture Awareness day.