Friday, June 18, 2004

Friday Blogaround

What’s going on around the blogosphere:

  • Welcome Rox Populi to the blogroll.
  • And Then… wants to draft Bruce Springsteen for a concert.
  • archy is saddened by the fact that the Senate has to pass a resolution saying the U.S. is opposed to torture. Me too.
  • Amy on Abu Ghraib, USA.
  • bloggg on the astroturf growing in West Chester, PA.
  • Chris shares news from the checkout aisle.
  • Collective Sigh admits to a phobia about snakes.
  • The Farmer at Corrente has a suggestion for the Reagan stamp.
  • Dohiyi Mir has the news that Iraq may impose martial law. Yeah, that’s worked in the past…
  • Echidne on girl talk.
  • Iddybud and Bill Press agree with me that it’s the Supreme Court that matters in defeating Bush.
  • Congratulations to Peter at Kick the Leftist for making it through high school.
  • Bryant concurs with the New York Times.
  • Michael on the UN telling Bush to take his request for war-crimes immunity and stuff it.
  • Pen-Elayne reminds me of the old photo-copier toner scam. Wow, people still fall for that?
  • Rivka takes on the long-distance Bush-shrinks.
  • Rick keeps up to date with Orbitz.com.
  • Rook, the chess man, plays poker.
  • The Rubber Hose wrestles with Arabic.
  • SoonerThought is amazed by Fox News’s review of Fahrenheit 9/11.
  • Jeff notes that the FAA is getting rapped for 9/11, too.
  • Steve links Joe Conason’s excellent Salon.com piece on the slime machine going after Kerry.
  • The Fulcrum says that “Virginia is for Haters.”
  • The Gotham City 13 does a number from Finian’s Rainbow on the White House staff. (Yeah, you have to be a theatre queen to get the connection…)
  • Keith on a helping of sauce for the gander.
  • Trish Wilson, always in the forefront of family law, has an interesting piece on judicial ignorance and the peril it portends for families.
  • Wanda writes about the documentary Heir to an Execution on HBO this week. It’s a film by one of the granddaughters of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. Watch it, especially if you don’t know who they were.
  • All Facts on the schism among the Baptists.
  • The Gamer’s Nook on an article on how there’s torture…and then there’s torture.
  • Happy Puppy on his top ten song list du jour.
  • Left Is Right has some Friday diversions.
  • WTF Is It Now?? on moral relativism.
  • Well, I think we’re all up to date with TLC. Check the rest of the favorites, too. And…Happy Friday!