Friday, October 15, 2004

Friday Blogaround

New additions to the blogroll this week include The Mudshark and Infomaniac: WeBlog.

Things are heating up in the final run to November 2. Let’s take a look at what the gang at The Liberal Coalition is writing about.

  • Steve at The Yellow Doggerel Democrat turns art critic.
  • WTF Is It Now?? doesn’t take any spit.
  • Wanda at Words on a Page pops in to say hi.
  • Trish Wilson on teen pregnancy and marriage and the not-so-surprising conclusion that they don’t always go together.
  • T.Rex joins me and others in wondering what all the flap is about Mary Cheney; it’s just hypocrisy, baby.
  • Steve Gilliard on the Vietnamese view of Kerry.
  • Speedkill on GOP transference.
  • SoonerThought gets on O’Reilly’s case.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans heads for the Windy City and leaves some questions behind.
  • Rubber Hose wonders why sea turtles make the front page and six dead soldiers do not.
  • Rook’s Rant on the three faces of Dubya; isn’t one enough?
  • Rick forwards a response to the cardinal question from Debate 3.
  • Respectful of Otters has a clip of a speech by Rep. Tim Ryan you should see or at least read.
  • Pen-Elayne invokes the spirit of Meredith Willson (The Music Man).
  • Musing’s musings on health care and the numbers game.
  • MercuryX23 on the state of Massachusetts.
  • Make Me A Commentator gets a snack.
  • Left is Right on the aftermath of the war on the Iraqi population’s health.
  • Peter at Kick the Leftist on what’s really scary in Britain.
  • The Invisible Library promotes vaudeville.
  • Iddybud offers some insight into the poetry of Rumi.
  • Happy Furry Puppy on what goes through Bush’s mind. It’s not pretty. Bonus link: James Lipton (NOT) goes for the grunge.
  • The Gotham City 13 suggests we keep our eyes on the prize.
  • The Gamer’s Nook on the realities of Bush’s education plan.
  • The Fulcrum has more on our staunch ally, the Saudis.
  • Echidne on the strides women have made in the halls of the Nobel Prize.
  • NTodd scores the last debate.
  • Corrente’s RDF on NCLB, which includes some comments of my own.
  • Collective Sigh on good news/bad news.
  • Chris with the QOTD.
  • bloggg on the Nevada vote-trashing story.
  • BlogAmy on getting back to normal.
  • archy joins me in the outrage about Bush’s lies about NCLB.
  • And Then…there’s this solution to the Sinclair propaganda issue.
  • Natalie on the Poppy/Michael Moore feud.
  • All in all, it’s been a good week for bloggers. So enjoy the show and volunteer for your local campaign…I got a call last night to help with early voting here in Florida, and I’ll be there. Happy Friday!