Friday, May 20, 2005

Friday Blogaround 

We got through the week, which comes as a relief to Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin, and the season's first hurricane ("Yo, Adrian!") blew in from the Pacific. So let's see what's been blowing up the blogs in The Liberal Coalition.

  • archy looks at the issues in the nuclear option.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof reminds us that it's not just about two judges.
  • BlogAmY faces the prospect of staging a wedding.
  • Moi at bloggg takes the grammar test.
  • Chris updates his list.
  • Collective Sigh limps through with computer problems but still packs a punch for Dobson.
  • The Farmer at Corrente has a history lesson.
  • NTodd channels Frank Oz's alter ego.
  • Echidne thinks about women in combat.
  • First Draft looks at the breakthrough in stem-cell research.
  • Scott got ready for an interview...no news yet on the outcome.
  • Happy Furry Norbizness asks a lot of questions.
  • Iddybud is for the Byrd.
  • In Search of Telford comments on comments.
  • Keith wonders if blogging should be included on a resume.
  • Left Is Right sees historical parallels in the nuclear debate.
  • Bryant looks at the parallels between film and current events.
  • Michael goes off on the right.
  • Pen-Elayne examines the alleged Christians and their need to be control-freaks.
  • Rick puts his job in perspective.
  • Rook's Rant has a short but sweet bumpersticker.
  • rubber hose is feeling disconnected.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans notes that Fox News's ratings are cratering.
  • SoonerThought is alert to the latest assault on freedom.
  • Speedkill has some news notes on the religious front.
  • The News Blog, has a lesson in history.
  • T. Rex lists the cliches of blogging.
  • Trish gives in to chocolate.
  • Wanda excerpts the money quote from the Galloway testimony.
  • WTF Is It Now?? replays a bit of Crossfire.
  • The Yellow Doggerel Democrat invokes Godwin's Law and wonders if it has become invalid.

    Hey, it's a three-day weekend -- if you're in Canada. Enjoy it anyway.