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.