Topics: The latest on Libya and what Obama’s supporters (and we) can learn from it. Two different stories involving freedom of association issues — can they be reconciled? Israel’s new missile defense system. A judge’s rejection of Google’s settlement offer in the Google Books case. And, Duran Duran’s Simon LeBon and his disappointing tweets. (But see my latest post on post-podcast developments with respect to this last.)
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