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February 25, 2011

This Week's Blogosphere Soup

Fridaysoup
A quick review of this past week's happenings in the blog world

It was a four-day work week with lots of happenings. It seems like all eyes have been on Lybia and Wisconsin -- two places that have few things in common. But there was also a lot of activity on our favorite blogs. Here's a look at what I came across:

-- $100 oil! And Big Oil is going to start donating dough directly to political candidates. More about that here. Follow the money, people!

-- Money and politics are a part of the Koch Industries repertoire. Here are some words on the Koch Brothers and their dirty hands in what's going on in the Badger State. And everyone's talking about this crank caller, who claimed to be David Koch, got through to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, and had an interesting conversation, to say the least. Read about it here, here, and here. And watch Jon Stewart's segment on The Daily Show.

Also:

-- A NASA satellite named Glory will study the relationship between climate change and solar cycles.

-- How to drive a car using mind control.

-- Nuclear power is such a deadbeat.

-- And last but not least, is it true the term "urban homestead" has become trademarked?! What's next, farmers' markets?

-- Brian Foley

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