Friday, December 30, 2005

Friday Blogaround

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.