Category: Links roundup

Thursday’s a cruise day

Thursday’s a cruise day

| April 30, 2009 | Reply

OVERNIGHT LINKS — well, just one, really. I’m heading out to the Left Coast for some time to come, so blogging will be a bit more sporadic and light. For today . . . ITEM: Debra Saunders takes a look at Pelosi’s Tortured Explanation: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had been pushing for a “truth commission” […]

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Wednesday’s a snooze day

Wednesday’s a snooze day

| April 29, 2009 | Reply

MORNING LINKS ITEM: Speaking of swine flu hysteria, this may be a good time to invest in pork belly futures — there may be a shortage soon. ITEM: Yet another way in which Western Europeans are looking for the US to help them financially. ITEM: Here’s a slideshow of items from the Michael Jackson Neverland […]

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Tuesday’s a blues day

Tuesday’s a blues day

| April 28, 2009 | Reply

MORNING LINKS (Yeah, didn’t feel like doing overnight links last night) ITEM: The photo above says more than a thousand op-eds on how unseriously the Obama Administration is taking the threat of terrorism. While the White House is scrambling to distance Obama himself from this idiotic stunt, a lot of people had to sign off […]

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Monday’s a new day

Monday’s a new day

| April 26, 2009 | Reply

MORNING LINKS — apparently, Monday’s also a snowy day ITEM: I went to bed with rain falling outside and woke up to about an inch of snow on the ground, with more falling. And apparently we could get more on Friday Morning (May 1st). ITEM: For about two years before things collapsed, my co-blogger, Bruce […]

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Thursday spurning

Thursday spurning

| April 23, 2009 | Reply

OVERNIGHT LINKS ITEM: I figured that Janet Napolitano had some kind of security credentials beyond being a Democrat from a border state who was current on all her taxes. It doesn’t appear so (the credentials, that is; not the taxes; hat tip to the Drudge Report): In an interview broadcast Monday on the CBC, Ms. […]

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Wednesday earning

Wednesday earning

| April 22, 2009 | Reply

MORNING LINKS — yeah, I’m up early ITEM: Jim Lindgren over at the Volokh Conspiracy does the simple investigation that no news organization (except possibly Fox) seems willing or able to do. His finding: states with the highest unemployment rates have high tax and unionization rates, while states with the lowest unemployment rates have low […]

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Tuesday burning

Tuesday burning

| April 21, 2009 | Reply

[For those coming in from Ace of Spaces, here’s the link to the “Atlas Shrugged” review] MORNING LINKS Item: I swapped e-mails this week with “S. Weasel” who runs one of my favorite blogs. She and her significant other (now husband) recently moved to England; she loves it there, but in her e-mail to me, […]

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Monday churning

Monday churning

| April 20, 2009 | Reply

[For those of you coming in from Ace of Spades HQ, here’s the Atlas Shrugged review.] AFTERNOON LINKS ITEM: Visualization is always a good thing. The Heritage Foundation graphically illustrates the minuscule nature of Obama’s proposed¬† — and far from realized — cuts (hat tip to Instapundit): MORNING LINKS — things are heating up a […]

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Wednesday sings

Wednesday sings

| April 15, 2009 | Reply

MORNING LINKS ITEM: Wondering where all those Tea Parties are taking place? Have a look. Hat tip to Instapundit. ITEM: Creeping socialism/fascism alert — A Greenville, Texas City Council member is arrested and removed from a City Council meeting for talking about a subject that the Mayor didn’t like. Pretty amazing video, including the attempt […]

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Tuesday stings

Tuesday stings

| April 14, 2009 | 2 Replies

[Here are Wednesday’s links as well] MORNING LINKS ITEM: USA Today has an outstanding article debunking the various myths about the Columbine shooters who killed just over a dozen of their fellow students 10 years ago: They weren’t goths or loners. The two teenagers who killed 13 people and themselves at suburban Denver’s Columbine High […]

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