Al Franken letting Ann Coulter have it. Much better than throwing a pie at her.
$16M not enough to stop Canada from killing Harp seals, but that's not the big story, which is buried by the BBC:
Some 90,000 seal pups are expected to be culled in the Gulf of St Lawrence, before the hunt moves on to Newfoundland, where thousands more will be culled.
But the hunters have been frustrated by a huge fall in the number of seals they have taken in comparison to previous years because of thinning ice caused by warm weather.
Stupid Canadians. Take the $16M while the taking is good. It's not getting any cooler.
The Center for Media and Democracy has an excellent round-up of some fake news.
Send Beads to BushCo to ask him to fully fund the $6B cost of rebuilding the NOLA levees correctly.
Pharyngula explains why the wingnuts hate Plan B and how it works. The comment thread is good too. A few people mention what I thought to be the case, which is that we aren't 100% sure how Plan B works.
Elizabeth Rubin, writing in the NYT Sunday Magazine looks at what will happen when the genocide in Sudan (and Chad?) finally winds down.
This week in Darfur has a grab bag of good and bad news. On the list, Dear Leader cheerleads for a Week of Prayer and Action on Darfur. Well, he's half right.
Nearly a year after Katrina, a Times-Picayune editor looks back at the story.