Hi All – here is this week’s requisite carnival – If you read yesterday’s post – you’ll understand that I didn’t take much time at all to read through all of these. I apologize to my contributors – I generally try to read everyone’s submissions.
As always – I hope you enjoy them. If you do, please head on over to the contributor’s blogs’ and let them know.
Scott Spiegel presents Easy But Impossible posted at Scott Spiegel, saying, “Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently characterized the likelihood of a resolution from upcoming U.S.-force-fed peace talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas as “difficult but possible.” He has it exactly backwards—it is easy but impossible.”
Andrew Syrios presents America: It?s Time To Stand Up And Scream ?We Want New Leadership? posted at SwiftEconomics.com.
vjack presents “Bigotry” is to the Left as “un-American” is to the Right posted at Red State Progressive.
Woman Tribune presents Blogging is Activism — 6 Blogging Events to Get Involved In posted at Woman Tribune.
Glowing Face Man presents Questions on Work posted at Xamuel.com, saying, “I’m trying to get people to ask some questions about labor/work. Question which I think people really ought to be a little more concerned with, but somehow slip right past everyone.”
CreditShout Kevin presents Final Provisions From The CARD Act of 2009 In Place posted at CreditShout.
AndrosenDsouza presents Top 25 Up and Coming Think Tanks in the US posted at Masters in Public Policy, saying, “Political thought and concern for the public agenda is central to many think tanks. This is a list of 25 such organizations you may be hearing more about.”
Dividist presents Ten in Ten Wherein we explore the prospects for restoring divided government by means of the GOP winning the Senate posted at Divided We Stand United We Fall, saying, “The Dividist 2010 election prediction: The GOP wins 8 or 9 more Senate seats outright, then takes majority control by flipping Lieberman and/or Nelson. They fall a few seats short in the House and Nancy Pelosi continues as Speaker of the House.”
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