ThinkFast PM: June 22, 2006

Kevin Drum agrees with Jonah Goldberg, who is fascinated by “how the Internet is allowing the nation to return to its historical relationship with the media, not how it’s changing everything.”

The Bush administration sends mixed signals on its plans to deal with North Korea.

Rep. Louise Slaughter (D-NY) on the benefits of cutting the estate tax: “Paris Hilton, once this is passed, will be able to jet set around the world buying herself more bling and more dogs to carry around in her purse and probably never work a day in her life.”

Stop the Bush administration from “strangling” the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, “the federal agency charged with protecting employees and job applicants from workplace discrimination.”

“U.S. military documents, obtained by ABC News, list the brother of Afghanistan president Karzai as a ‘problem maker’ in the pay of drug lords.”

And finally: A round-up of blogging on the World Cup.

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