Around the Tubes
For your edification and amusement:
PalMD is talking at WhiteCoat Underground about his trip to Honduras to provide medical care after Hurricane Mitch. I’ve always hoped he would, at least briefly, and he’s not doing this briefly. It’s an ongoing series, which currently starts here and continues here.
On the topic of medicine, you do know that chiropractic manipulation can lead to an increased risk of stroke, don’t you? Actually, you probably didn’t, because the chiropractors are doing everything they can to muddy the waters on the topic.
Coturnix at A Blog Around the Clock is talking about the locus of political power, traditional ways that power has been concentrated and how that power is shifting in the electronic age.
And the Minnesota Independent is keeping an eye on the influence of religion on politics, with a look at why the religious right dislikes the stimulus package and reporting that Norm Coleman is following Michele Bachmann in claiming divine endorsement.
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