Welcome to the last Liberal Coalition Friday Blogaround of 2005, so let’s get right to it.
archy continues the hunt for the wooly mammoth. Bark Bark Woof Woof has a history lesson. blogAmY gets ready for 2006. bloggg has something to say about school choice (and yes, BBWW was the right URL for your blog, Moi.) Chris has his top ten in music for 2005. Collective Sigh cleans up after Christmas. CorrenteWire has a modest proposal for immigration reform. Dodecahedron updates the French face-saving operation. NTodd reviews the reviews of Brokeback Mountain. Echidne looks at a study of how men and women use the web differently — and alike. firedoglake on the antamony of the conservative mind. First Draft teaches Michael Medved some history. The Fulcrum on personal responsibility and foresight. Happy Furry Puppy on indie cinema and TV boxed sets. iddybud remembers her real-life hero. It’s Craptastic remembers the 4th Amendment. Left Is Right has some fun snips. Liberty Street summons bloggers to publish torture docuemnts. Make Me a Commentator comments on comments on blogging. Michael muses on the meaning of Christmas. Pen-Elayne is getting back in the right rhythm. Rick celebrates a union. Rook reports a strange sighting in Minnesota. rubber hose on the latest Vatican decree: no more Jamaican dancing? Coturnix at Science and Politics has a good compendium of essential science fiction reading. Scrutiny Hooligans on the treaties we have broken. Speedkill on why Bush bypassed FISA. Steve Gilliard on the relationship between the Turks and ethnic groups like the Kurds. Help T. Rex move so he can get back to blogging. The Countess on a British idea for tracking deadbeat dads. Wanda defines “terrorist.” WTF Is It Now shares some Christmas presents. Steve confronts new cell phones and The Cold. …You Are a Tree shows us his tree.
It’s been a great year for blogarounding — so much to choose from! We’ll pick right up where we left off next year.