Friday, July 15, 2005

Friday Blogaround

Hurricane Dennis is past, Emily is staying south, and so let’s hope that the only storms this week are of the political variety.

What does The Liberal Coalition have to say?

  • archy picks apart a straw man.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof wonders where the Social Security crisis went.
  • blogAmY bids farewell to a friend.
  • bloggg takes off after Tom Cruise.
  • Chris is off to Comic Con.
  • Collective Sigh recalls some good advice and cool art.
  • Corrente keeps us up to date with the doings of the W.H.I.G.
  • Dodecahedron wants no apologies.
  • Dohiyi Mir has the body count.
  • Echidne reads between the lions.
  • firedoglake (hearts) David Gregory.
  • First Draft on Ah-nold’s dough.
  • The Fulcrum drops by to say hello for a moment.
  • The Gamer’s Nook on a new alliance for gamers and comics.
  • Happy Furry Puppy on the future of reproductive rights.
  • iddybud takes you back to refresh your memory about the history of the tale of Rove and Wilson.
  • Left Is Right has a little quiz for you.
  • Liberty Street passes on some questions for the next Supreme Court justice.
  • Cheery at Make Me a Commentator links to reality.
  • Michael’s off on vacation, but left a parting shot.
  • Pen-Elayne found a new video game that’s really hot.
  • Rook’s Rant needs a nap.
  • rubber hose offers another theory for intelligent design.
  • Science and Politics reminds us of the original not-a-crook.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans with Moore on the right to freedom of speech.
  • SoonerThought on the access of evil.
  • Speedkill reviews a book on suicide bombers.
  • Steve Gilliard translates Rush’s translation of Ken Mehlman at the NAACP convention.
  • T. Rex on the situational ethics of Zell Miller.
  • The Invisible Library has a paralyzing story.
  • The Countess offers a new country.
  • Wanda remembers the last time a president got in trouble over moral issues.
  • WTF Is It Now has some thoughts on making progress in Iraq.
  • Steve at Yellow Doggerel Democrat reports on the background of what a covert agent is.
  • Don’t just read the links — read each blog. You’ll discover a vast and varied world.