Useful Political Tweets Of The Day, 7/6

I follow more than 1,500 A-level tweeps so you don't have to. Some of today's more interesting tweets: 


@jduncanMACD: New Blog post from British Ambassador in Seoul, Martin Uden 'Freedom of Expression in the Digital Age' http://ow.ly/gBkw 

@CitizenCassidy Wobbly votes on Cap&Trade: Bayh Lincoln Pryor Landrieu Dorgan Byrd Rockefeller Conrad Nelson http://bit.ly/3wAQlD via @david_h_roberts 

 @Newsercrime Justice Dept. to Launch Antitrust Review of Telecoms http://u.mavrev.com/i4jt 

 @lynnsweet Sweet blog: Kal Penn talks about new job at White House http://tinyurl.com/ldnpok

 @cheeky_geeky Do amateur intelligence gatherers have better intel than the government professionals? An interesting take - http://bit.ly/V7YC3

  @cbellantoni Since today is Kal Penn's 1st day on WH payroll & I'm waiting for him on conference call, I'm officially stopping being a fan

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