Friday, February 4, 2005

Friday Blogaround

Well, we made it through January and the SOTU without too much loss of blood. But we at The Liberal Coalition are still on alert.

  • Natalie at All Facts and Opinions has a playlist of good music to listen to.
  • In honor of his new blog Carnival of Bad History, archy debunks some history himself.
  • BlogAmy has her own blogaround.
  • bloggg has a response to the Democratic response.
  • Chris has had a rough week.
  • Collective Sigh on fearing the fear from the fearmonger.
  • RDF at Corrente on another address – the State of the Indian Nation.
  • NTodd has the roll of the senators with a conscience.
  • Echidne is on vacation, but she left some wonderful posts for us.
  • edwardpig on the shame of the junior senator from Florida.
  • First Draft has an interview with a soldier of conscience.
  • The Gamer’s Nook has a new invention that’s perfect for technically-minded paranoids.
  • Happy Furry rocks the 80’s.
  • iddybud writes about the immorality of the Bush foreign policy.
  • Keith is a little under the weather.
  • Peter at Kick the Leftist on war games and toys.
  • Left Is Right on a not-so-new idea for our own elections.
  • Bryant picks over Michelle Malkin.
  • Michael is Musing (and spamming) over Secretary Spellings and her attack on cute bunnies.
  • Pen-Elayne on self-important journalists.
  • This week’s Republican Sinner is J. Grant Swank. Who? Read and find out.
  • Ugarte at Rick’s proves that some people will sell anything.
  • Rook’s Rant lets it all out.
  • Upyernoz is off to Las Vegas. I assume by the post that he means the one in Nevada, not the one in New Mexico.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans finds a cool site.
  • SoonerThought on the real meaning of “pro-life.”
  • Speedkill has fund with fundies.
  • Steve Gilliard on blazing paths.
  • T. Rex responds to the SOTU.
  • Trish Wilson is writing erotic supernatural fiction.
  • Wanda joins in on the Save the Buster Bunny brigade.
  • WTF Is It Now reports Citizens Project wants to have the IRS investigate James Dobson.
  • The Yellow Doggerel Democrat on Texas politics.
  • This Saturday, February 5, is my car club’s annual judged show at Harris Field in Homestead on the corner of US 1 and Campbell Drive. The show is open to the public from 11 to 3 and is free of charge. We have over 75 antique cars signed up already; everything from a 1929 Ford Model A to classic Mustangs. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by.