The last day of the year – and it can’t come too quickly for some of us.
As noted earlier this week, welcome It’s morning somewhere to the Bark Bark Woof Woof blogroll.
So what is concerning The Liberal Coalition as we end up 2004? Let’s see.
The Yellow Doggerel Democrat notes a legal loophole in a Texas law that allows law enforcement to share surveillance videos with local businesses. WTF Is It Now?? says that some Dems are showing some grit. Words on a Page has words for Bush’s tsunami leadership. Trish Wilson has the list of the least popular baby names for 2004. (I noticed that “Placenta” is not among them; I know someone who had a student with that name because the mother heard the word in the hospital and liked it.) Best wishes to the T.Rex family on the arrival of their twins. Then scroll down for a more somber remembrance. Steve Gilliard on the hairy situation in Iraq. Jeff at Speedkill takes on Mona Charen. SoonerThought has an article on one of my pet peeves – college conservatives who think other students are too stupid to think for themselves, so they do it for them. Scrutiny Hooligans has a take on the future in Iraq. Upyernoz, one of our sharp legal minds, checks out opportunities for professional development. Rook’s Rant takes off to visit Middle-earth. Rick on the life of a stand-up comic. That’s something I can’t even do sitting down. Pen-Elayne is on the disabled list for a little while. Send her some love and comfort for her pain. Musing’s musings muses about the weird weather while he preps for Paris. Make Me A Commentator offers a comment on the continued assault on common sense from the Right. Left Is Right is starting the list of things to forget about 2004. The Invisible Library notes the dumbing-down of America town by town, starting with the hometown of John Steinbeck. Jude offers a poem and a link for the relief efforts in Asia. Happy Furry on the reaction of whack-jobs to another columnist’s musings on the futility of war. Gamer’s Nook on the message of civil rights from the next generation of Dr. King’s family. I can’t wait to hear what happened to Charles2 over Christmas. Tena at First Draft has the goods on a group that is telling the homophobes to practice what they preach. edwardpig follows up on the failure of evolution in Dover, Pennsylvania. Echidne received some deserved recognition from a Big Blog. This post shows why she gets it. NTodd has a picture of one of my favorite constellations. The Farmer at Corrente has a remembrance of things past and lessons learned from natural – and unnatural – disasters. Andante at Collective Sigh has an idea about preventive assistance. Chris is working on his top ten list. bloggg sends a postcard from the Midwest. BlogAmy wonders who would want this job. archy on history’s lessons. Natalie posts about comment spam and the loss of life.
Read, enjoy, think, and get ready for the turn of the page.