Friday, February 11, 2005

Friday Blogaround

It’s a cool morning here in Miami; every couple of weeks we get a cold front on the tail end of a big winter storm up north and it reminds us that we’re not completely tropical here. It clears out the high humidity and I get to pull out a long-sleeved shirt. The best part is that it’s Friday.

There are a couple of new additions to the blogroll: Velvel on National Affairs and the Progressive Bloggers Union.

So North Korea has nukes and Al Franken won’t run for the Senate. What else? Let’s see what The Liberal Coalition is up to.

  • All Facts and Opinions takes up the torch for Don’t Amend.com.
  • archy challenges you to come up with a concise piece on why we must defeat Bush’s plan for screwing up Social Security.
  • BlogAmy goes after Coulter.
  • bloggg on the next Princess Consort.
  • Chris battles it out between satellite channels.
  • Collective Sigh celebrates a birthday and does some math.
  • Tom at Corrente corrects Atrios.
  • NTodd has been sick, but not too ill to snap a photo or two.
  • Echidne on the new revelations of the 9/11 commission.
  • edwardpig on senseless liberals.
  • First Draft transcribes “Gannon.”
  • The Fulcrum is back.
  • The Gamer’s Nook is grumpy.
  • Happy Furry Puppy has papal tales.
  • iddybud on outsourcing torture.
  • The Invisible Library reviews The End of Faith.
  • Jon at KTL gets down in the mud.
  • Left Is Right takes on the “forced savings” argument.
  • Make Me a Commentator comments on the immigration “reform” law being considered.
  • Michael reviews the news. It pretty much bites.
  • Pen-Elayne on “Gannon” and other violence against journalism.
  • Republican Sinners profiles Sen. Lindsey Graham (who looks to me like he could play Robin in a school play).
  • Ugarte at Rick’s plays poker on-line.
  • Rook’s Rant pokes holes in Bush’s plan to kill Even Start.
  • Rubber Hose apologizes for not writing and hopes to stay healthy.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans listened to Ward Churchill.
  • SoonerThought on the Reagan stamp.
  • Speedkill on the Constitution.
  • Steve Gilliard starts the Fast Boat Crusade.
  • T.Rex doesn’t feel much safer.
  • Trish Wilson on the difference between “nice guys” and “jerks.” (Believe me, I can relate.)
  • Wanda on our safer world.
  • WTF Is It Now?? gets on the Gannongate parade.
  • Steve at The Yellow Doggerel Democrat is a musician, and he is hearing the percussion section warming up.
  • That’s it for now, and to quote the late Karl Haas, have a good weekend.