Tuesday link dump: Where did you get those shoes?
Glenn Beck in 2006, "anchor embryos," apologies to Liza, and the pain ray.
August 25, 2010 3:15AM (UTC)
- In 2006, Glenn Beck called Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf one of the "good Muslims." In 2010, Beck claims that never happened, because of George Soros.
- Did you know that Rhode Island has a problem with anchor embryos?
- Only some people are allowed to criticize America's foreign policy. (Hint: White, conservative people.)
- Martin Peretz: "I apologize to my readers and to Liza Minnelli for quoting from Tunku Varadarajan's otherwise estimable column about John McCain a remark slighting to her and her gifts." Plus: "And, by the way, what an exemplary private life she has had."
- Why isn't Rick Scott winning?
- Mitt Romney is now, officially, easy-going.
- More terrible groups are fighting corporate political spending disclosure laws.
- Why do people blame voters for thinking Obama's a Muslim, and not the "elites" who spread the misinformation?
- The "pain ray" was too cruel for the battlefield, but it's A-OK at an L.A. prison!
- Here is a New York Times article about Reshma Saujani's Kate Spade three-inch wedge heels (price tag: $300). " They are apparently something of an 'it' shoe right now for women in politics." And: "Ms. Maloney, who declined to name her footwear of choice...."
- Kickass Mitt Romney photo gallery.
Alex Pareene writes about politics for Salon and is the author of "The Rude Guide to Mitt." Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @pareene