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May 04, 2005

Around the Blogosphere

John Bolton

(...once gave me a dirty look!!)

Powerline

Roger Simon's Pajama Party

Michelle Malkin, Outside the Beltway, Ace of Spades

The JihadWatch Billboard

Michelle Malkin

Judge OKs abortion for 13-year-old

Outside the Beltway, WizBang, Blogs for Bush, The Narrow, Pardon my English

pBS

La Shawn Barber

What about Tamika Huston?

La Shawn Barber

Finger Food

Wizbang, Jawa Report

Spanking

Ace of Spades

How Should the US be Handling Hostages in Iraq?

Jawa Report, Carpe Bonum

Texas has Zero-Tolerance for Zero-Tolerance

Zero Intelligence

Will Disney screw up Narnia?

Stones Cry Out

ACLUeless

Cao's Blog

Prayers for Douglas Woods, but hats off to Australia

Pardon my English

Commentaries of Note

Joseph Farah
Google joins media elite

“...Google is going to be making value judgments about which news organizations are more credible....I have to wonder what kind of expertise Google has setting such parameters. But given their example – CNN and BBC – it's clear Google's own prejudice is for the same old biases of the establishment press.”

Related coverage: insignificant thoughts 

Posted by Danny Carlton at May 4, 2005 10:43 AM

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