Friday, January 14, 2005

Friday Blogaround 

Our regular Friday feature, this week courtesy of Bark Bark Woof Woof (who happens to be a 2004 Koufax Award nominee for Most Deserving of Wider Recognition). By the way, a lot of us are up for various Koufax Awards, so please go to Wampum and cast your vote for your favorites.

Let's take a look at what's been heating up the blogosphere The Liberal Coalition.
  • Steve at The Yellow Doggerel Democrat can't breathe easily in Houston.
  • WTF Is It Now?? laments that Kid Rock will not bring a new meaning to the term "inaugural ball."
  • Wanda at Words on a Page thinks about accountability.
  • Trish Wilson proves her props as Koufax nominee for Best Single Issue blogger.
  • T. Rex on how the Republicans really feel about veterans.
  • Steve Gilliard looks at the pay-for-praise business in blogging and reporting.
  • Speedkill is back in Boseman just in time to see the wingnuts are still rattling around.
  • SoonerThought plugs Greg Palast's blast at CBS.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans is looking for a party.
  • Rubber Hose introduces us to some great classical music of a different sort.
  • Rook's Rant on the background of Michael Chertoff.
  • Rick reviews Million Dollar Baby.
  • Respectful of Otters is still away, but revisit her post on Texas's attempt to keep teens from learning about life.
  • Republican Sinners profiles the sanctimony of Mark Sanford.
  • Musing's musings reports in from France.
  • Speaking of France, Make Me a Commentator cites Moliere.
  • Left Is Right notes that the DLC gets it right on NCLB.
  • Keith at The Invisible Library plans to do more writing - a sentiment I heartily endorse.
  • Happy Furry Norbizness dissects Howard Kurtz.
  • The Gamer's Nook on three new cartoon characters who really know dick.
  • Tena at First Draft on Bush's hijacking of the legacy of FDR.
  • edwardpig notes that we could learn a lot about how to reform Social Security by seeing where it's been reformed before.
  • Echidne reports that at least one radio station is giving right-wing radio the heave-ho.
  • NTodd says that the only thing worse than being sick is not having sympathy from co-workers.
  • Collective Sigh on the future - or not - for health insurance.
  • Chris's Top Ten for the week.
  • BlogAmy plays a game of Guess the Job.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof takes on television.
  • archy on fake outrage.
  • All Facts and Opinions invites us to a conference on women and the media.
  • Corrente on Wal-Mart's wrestling with their public image.
  • The Fulcrum finds that sticks and stones may break some bones, but whips and chains...
  • Pen-Elayne counters the yellow-ribbon frenzy.
  • iddybud on Ted Kennedy and what the Democrats must do.
  • bloggg on the stupidity of standarized testing.
  • See you next week!