It’s the unofficial start of summer this weekend. Here’s some stuff from The Liberal Coalition to keep you entertained and informed.
As noted earlier, welcome some new blogs to the Bark Bark Woof Woof blogroll, including A Silent Cacophony and The Green Knight. And as long as we’re handing out recognition, how about a hand for Michael at Musing’s musings who got his cross-posting at The Liberal Coalition mentioned in Howard Kurtz’s column in the Washington Post. Little by little, we’re breaking through to the mainstream.
Here’s the week’s update.
All Facts and Opinon is back and Natalie has her American Idol favorites. archy and Coturnix are soliticing ideas for the Carnival of Bad History. Bark Bark Woof Woof has some thoughts on faith-based dealing. BlogAmy has Dave’s shagadelic Friday questions (speaker alert). bloggg has a question about real estate. Best wishes to Mrs. Lefty of Chris’s Corner as she recovers from surgery. Collective Sigh brings us up to date with the signage in North Carolina. Lambert at Corrente defines “mishandling,” as in don’t forget to mishandle the toilet when you’re done using it. NTodd on the appropriate gifts for kids in Iraq. Echidne finds another activist judge. First Draft follows the gaggle wherein the chicken-egg question comes up. The Gamer’s Nook catches us up on the season finale of Lost. Happy Furry Puppy catches us up with new movies. iddybud brings us news from the Greensboro blogfest. In Search of Telford is off until May 31st. The Invisible Library notes the end of one age of geekdom and the beginning of the next. Left is Right honors the fallen. Bryant has a nice rant. Michael has doubts about his governor. Pen-Elayne notes that there’s some interesting news in the world of tracking software — real or not. Rick on fake Pottery. Guy notes that the Republicans aren’t doing as much state fundraising as they used to. rubber hose visits the Genesis museum. Scrutiny Hooligans celebrates the holiday with a bit of brew. Sooner Thought notes a change of heart from the man who brought you “freedom fries.” Speedkill takes apart the “intelligent design” arguments against evolution. Steve Gilliard looks at the numbers of blogging. T. Rex on the focus of the war. Trish Wilson is seeing ghostly things. Wanda wonders if George Lucas is prescient. WTF Is It Now?? on religion in the news. The Yellow Doggerel Democrat ponders the price of news.
Also, check out the latest literary renderings at The Practical Press.
Have a great holiday weekend, but also take a moment to remember the real heroes.