Keeping up with the group as much as I can during a late lunch hour:
Pen-Elayne on the S-factor.
Lambert at Corrente on teen-aged alcoholic angst and anger.
Steve Gilliard on the Indiana Jones method of running post-war Iraq: make it up as you go along.
NTodd of Dohiyi Mir gives us a rapid round-up on Iraq, too.
The Gamer’s Nook has the scoop on the winning design for the new WTC.
T. Rex reviews last Sunday’s Democratic debate.
And Then… the art of third-party politics.
Peter of Kick the Leftist looks at religion in the end zone.
The Fulcrum on the WSJ and outsourcing.
SoonerThought bids fond retirement wishes to a guy he ran against.
Echidne offers college-admission advice: get born to the right people in the middle of nowhere.
Chris is back from his vacation and has his year-end lists of … well, everything.
Keith at The Invisible Library has a great essay on his chosen field of work.
Amy at blogAmY says that there’s a difference between confidence and arrogance; a distinction lost on Bush, apparently. (Scroll down to Shout it From the Rooftops.)
Stradiotto has a nice new template and the names of those in Congress who voted for the Intelligence Authorization Act.
Andante heaves a Collective Sigh on the return of Joe Gibbs.
Okay, that’s all I can get in without going over my lunch hour. More later.