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1) A pessimistic look at the details of the Kerry-Boxer cap-and-trade bill.

2) A somewhat more optimistic look at the politics of the Kerry-Boxer cap-and-trade bill.

3) "Claiming that the president was preying on the public's fear of contracting a fatal disease last week when he declared the H1N1 virus a national emergency, Republican leaders announced Wednesday that they were officially endorsing the swine flu." Story here.

4) A look at Barnes and Nobles' Kindle competitor.

5) TNR's 2004 endorsement of Joe Lieberman doesn't hold up that well.

6) Top Cheffer Mike Isabella did a live chat for The Washington Post today, and the full transcript is here. I haven't read it yet, as I haven't watched this week's episode.

Recipe of the day: Health-care wonk Ezekiel Emanuel shares his recipe for apple pie. I wrote about Zeke in this week's Gut Check column.

By Ezra Klein  |  October 29, 2009; 6:38 PM ET
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"Most important, dairy cows must give birth to provide milk. Their male calves are unsuitable for beef production and too costly to keep on the farm. "It's a resource that needs to be utilized," said Nancy Pritchard, who raises calves at Smith Meadows Farm in Berryville, Va. Or to put it more bluntly, as producer Sandy Miller of Painted Hand Farm in Newburg, Pa., does: If you consume dairy, you should eat veal."

i read the article on "humanely raised" veal, mentioned in your twitter column.
"it's a resource that needs to be utilized."
so that's what animals are?
"resources to be utilized?"
is that how one thinks of a dog or a resource?

"if you consume dairy, you should eat veal."
sorry, i just dont see the connection.
there is a difference between killing a baby animal, and milking a cow.

Posted by: jkaren | October 29, 2009 11:39 PM | Report abuse

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