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Quick hits:

– Forbes.com has a cool Best of the Web directory up, including a blog section. Take a look.

– Belated congrats to Captain Ed on hitting the 10 million mark!

Sondra K has some exclusive pictures of Abu Ghraib.

– Did you visit the ladies of The Cotillion yet today? What are you waiting for?

Hugh Hewitt’s redesign looks sharp.

– Indefatigable Scott Burgess keeps you up to date on the latest Sassygate developments.

Fausta at The Bad Hair Blog looks at the London bombings and the al Qaeda-Brazilian connection.

Andy sends a translation of Oriana Fallaci’s essay on the London bombings.

– Paul at Power Line examines Turley v. Durbin.

– Lotsa lotsa good stuff at The Media Blog. Keep scrolling.

– Will Franklin presents: The Carnival of Classiness

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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