Friday, November 25, 2005

Friday Blogaround

Pull out the left-over turkey, make a hat out of the tinfoil you wrapped it in, and settle down with the one and only weekly blogaround of The Liberal Coalition.

  • All Facts and Opinions views the news from the Roman Catholics on banning gay men as priests.
  • archy reports on Samuel Alito’s college capers.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof on the Republican culture of victimhood.
  • blogAmY has a gourdeous picture for Thanksgiving.
  • bloggg has a great idea for the holidays.
  • Chris has things to be thankful for.
  • Collective Sigh has a story on Bob Novak showing no class in first class.
  • Corrente continues a Thanksgiving tradition (“You can get anything you want at Alice’s Restaurant…”)
  • Dodecahedron reports on the war on the press.
  • NTodd is in the holiday film spirit.
  • Echidne reports on the uppity women series in the New York Times
  • firedoglake offers Judith Miller a job.
  • Tena remembers an old-fashioned Thanksgiving.
  • The Fulcrum takes issue with the Christmas shopping predictions.
  • HFPST gets in a few short shots.
  • Iddybud has a Seneca prayer for thanksgiving.
  • Left is Right would rather not know.
  • Liberty Street has a thank-you list.
  • Bryant gives Brent a good going-over.
  • Michael calls the game.
  • Pen-Elayne shares her holiday pictures (love the outfit, Elayne!)
  • Rook has some rantable news.
  • rubber hose has fun with headlines.
  • Coturnix launches a new carnival.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans gives thanks and makes you laugh with a picture.
  • Sooner Thought on VP divisiveness.
  • Jeff disses Michelle Malkin.
  • Steve Gilliard reports on a soldier on a mission.
  • T. Rex is on the air…or on the net… (I’m not sure where “podcasting” is in the spectrum.)
  • The Countess breaks the silence on abused children.
  • The Invisible Library has the ultimate geek book list.
  • Wanda leads the dance.
  • WTF Is It Now?? has a list of the worst — in Maru’s opinion — films.
  • The Yellow Doggerel Deomcrat reports on a miscarriage of justice in Texas.
  • …You Are A Tree will tell you which action hero you are.
  • Have a good weekend.

    I’m off to brave the elements (clear skies, 70 F) to get new tires on the Mustang, then return and work on the re-writes of Can’t Live Without You. To quote Neil Simon, a play is never written; it’s re-written.