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This post at Bitch PhD on abortion, along with all the related links, is very much worth reading. Especially her point that different women arrive at a pro-choice position from different premises, a fact that doesn’t often get much attention, it seems.

Also, this post by Astarte at Utopian Hell, on advertising that condones violence, is a good one.

Columbia Journalism Review, two interesting media pieces on Life After Rupert Murdoch and the future of canned news and conservative commentary.

And finally, Salon is holding a round-table debate over whether the Downing Street Memo is grounds for impeaching Bush or not.

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