Friday, March 25, 2005

Friday Blogaround 

In Search of Telford joins the The Liberal Coalition blogroll. It's run by Jesse, who used to host the late Gotham City 13. Welcome back, Jesse.

To some, today, Good Friday, is a holiday. To others, it's another Friday. Either way, take a moment and catch up with The Liberal Coalition.

  • All Facts and Opinions visits Boston.
  • archy on the passing of a pope.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof does some Cat blogging.
  • blogAmY on the grassroots peace movement.
  • bloggg goes to the well.
  • Chris's top 20 albums includes records I know.
  • Collective Sigh on smart eating.
  • Riggsveda at Corrente on Bush's priorities.
  • NTodd wants to know what your favorite Monty Python sketch is. (Dead Parrot!)
  • Echidne talks of freedom.
  • edwardpig volunteers his views on volunteers.
  • First Draft on the trouble Tony Blair is in over the war in Iraq.
  • The Fulcrum offers a new ribbon -- this one is for a real worthwhile cause.
  • The Gamer's Nook plays The SIMS 2.
  • Happy Furry Norbizness comes up with the ultimate ad for any Democratic congressional candidate.
  • iddybud reports on the Onondaga Nation's land-rights battle.
  • In Search of Telford does the math on the bio-oil numbers.
  • The Invisible Library gets a make-over.
  • Left is Right cites the words of a veteran of many left/right battles.
  • Make Me a Commentator on the historical higher standards of warfare.
  • Michael at Musing's musings on a U.S. election reform commission.
  • Pen-Elayne continues her Estrogen Month listing of bloggers who happen to be women. Warning: you could spend all day going through her links.
  • Respectful of Otters points to a bit of brilliance.
  • Ugarte at Rick's sends birthday greetings.
  • Rook Rants about the difference between civil war and insurgency.
  • upyernoz at rubber hose has a story to tell.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans goes underground.
  • Sooner Thought reports on Bush's trip to Albuquerque. I'll bet he didn't have the combo platter at Barela's.
  • Speedkill on the truth behind Easter.
  • Steve Gilliard on the new clothes for the Republicans.
  • T. Rex defends Florida -- we're not all nuts here.
  • Trish completes another story.
  • Wanda takes on Tom DeLay.
  • WTF Is It Now? has more news on Gannon/Guckert and his fakery.
  • The Yellow Doggerel Democrat gleefully points to Republican in-fighting in Texas.

    Cross-posted from Bark Bark Woof Woof.

  • Sunday, March 20, 2005

    The Party of Less Government Intervenes in Personal Matter 

    For God's sake, Republicans, leave this poor man and his wife alone. Tom DeLay is yet again putting on a crass pandering political display which can only be termed disgusting.

    Delay of course has no idea what he is talking about since he has only been
    involved in this case for a few weeks, when it gained some political legs for
    him. There is a word for that where I come from. It is called hypocrisy. To
    further this allegation, ABC
    News obtained a GOP talking points memo
    which explained to Senate
    republicans why their involvement in the Schiavo case would be important. The
    talking points stated that the Schiavo case was an important moral issue and
    that the "pro-life base will be excited," and that it is a "great political
    issue -- this is a tough issue for Democrats."

    SoonerThought follows the story.