Friday, April 15, 2005

Friday Blogaround

Welcome another Florida blogger — Julien’s List — to the blogroll. Who knew there were so many women bloggers?

Here’s what’s happening in The Liberal Coalition.

  • All Facts and Opinions is back on-line after a short interruption.
  • archy covers the bunker mentality.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof sees deeper meaning in a radio station format change in Miami.
  • blogAmY tells of a murder of a reporter.
  • moi at bloggg joins an autism blog ring.
  • Chris reviews Velvet Revolver.
  • Collective Sigh is pissed at the Missouri state legislature.
  • The Farmer at Corrente finds a historical precedent to government “redesign.”
  • NTodd is the podcaster…or is that NToddcaster?
  • Echidne mulls on the role of women as targets of the right wing.
  • edwardpig considers the Independent Home.
  • First Draft on the president actually speaking to reporters.
  • The Fulcrum mines the field of mines.
  • The Gamer’s Nook picks up the story of soldiers getting the shaft in Florida.
  • Happy Furry Puppy looks at the bankruptcy bill through the eyes of Gordon Gecko.
  • Iddybud reports on John Edwards’ visit to Harvard.
  • In Search of Telford has good and bad news about bio-fuels.
  • The Invisible Library reflects on the passing of the pope.
  • Did you know there was an oil spill in Alaska? Left is Right did.
  • Make Me a Commentator invokes the Bard to describe two scandals.
  • MercuryX23 is back… or he was for a little while.
  • Michael needs some new meds. *ouch*
  • Pen-Elayne notes the little flu virus oops.
  • Rivka at Respectful of Otters welcomes the latest new otter. Congratulations Mom and Alexandra!
  • Rick has his lastest gig schedule.
  • Rook’s Rant (a fellow Practical Press writer) admires Kevin Drum’s coffee choice.
  • rubber hose takes a longer look at a David Brooks column.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans on the new leader at PBS.
  • Sooner Thought reports on a union filing suit against Wal-Mart.
  • Speedkill takes on the AFA.
  • Steve Gilliard predicts the future for Bernie Kerick.
  • T. Rex presents evidence that the Republicans hate veterans.
  • Trish has a look at people other than pharmacists who invoke the “conscience clause.”
  • Wanda has found a Social Security plan she can support.
  • WTF Is It Now reports that Scalia got asked The Question.
  • The Yellow Doggerel Democrat chuckles over the Unitarian Jihad.
  • If you’re reading this, you must be done with your taxes.

    Next week’s blogaround may be abbreviated — I’ll be on the road in Independence, Kansas and may not have the time to do it. If any fellow TLC blogger wants to pick up the baton for a day, I’d appreciate it. Meanwhile, have a great weekend.