An animation of US congressional polarization. Billionaires for Bush. A map of hate groups in the United States. What $87 billion looks like. “So welcome fellow patriot to USA Patriotism!” Dean for America begets Democracy for America. Browse presidential campaign donors by name and location at fundrace.org. The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression’s Jefferson Muzzles Awards.
The US Constitution, heavily annotated, at the University of Chicago Press. A collection of historical anarchist texts. Patrick O’Brian sites: The Gunroom and Maturin’s Medicine. A lace of hyperlinked words at Blather. Bluebook, a legal citation stylesheet. Worldofquotes.com. Garret Hardin’s “Lifeboat Ethics: the Case Against Helping the Poor” (1974). “With his blue ox, Emily Dickenson, Walt Whitman traveled across young America and helped the nation grow into the angry powerhouse it is today.” Wikipedia.
Faces of the Fallen: dead American soldiers. Coalition casualty report at cnn.com. Another at lunaville.org. Costofwar.com. Peter Bergen on Laurie Mylroie’s influence on the decision to go to war. The Guardian’s Iraq timeline: 7/16/1979 to 1/31/2004 and 2/1/2004 to the present. Empire Notes weblog. More Iraq weblogs: Baghdad Burning, Back to Iraq, Salaam Pax and Raed, Juan Cole, Healing Iraq, and Kevin Sites. See also Sistani.org. The Institute for War and Peace Reporting’s Iraqi Press Monitor. See also The Iraq Blog Count.
How to make Japanese dumplings in 128 steps. Tomatillos. How to grow twenty-six herbs. Onions. The Cheese Diaries. Frost Street, “The culinary adventures of a New York City lawyer,” and The Food Section (also NYC-oriented). Chowhound messages for Manhattan and the Outer Boroughs. Robert Sietsema reviews in the Village Voice. More food weblogs: Noodle Pie, Too Many Chefs, Chocolate and Zucchini, and I Was Just Really Very Hungry. What’s in Rebecca’s Kitchen? The World’s Healthiest Foods.