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.