This might be the last working day for some people, but there are those who have to work, y’know…
But if you have the time off — or even if you don’t — take a stroll through the pickings of The Liberal Coalition.
All Facts and Opinion chimes in on Ford shifting into reverse. archy hunts werewolves and wooly mammoths. Bark Bark Woof Woof takes on responsibility. blogAmY yucks it up. bloggg gets into legal definitions. Chris is very busy. Collective Sigh has a capital suggestion. A White Christmas? CorrenteWire has a genetic explanation. Dodecahedron goes to pot. Echidne writes about the man who got away. firedoglake continues the pursuit of the evil-doers in Plamegate. Tena at First Draft celebrates the holidays. The Fulcrum takes a look at the death penalty in terms of quantum sociology. Happy Furry Puppy explains why he should win every Koufax Award. Harry Dogwater has a catechism. iddybud on the emergence of the Religious Left. Left is Right has some news clips. Liberty Street reveals the intelligence gap. Make Me a Commentator finds a handy scapegoat. MercuryX23 has the list of all the companies Focus on the Family wants you to boycott because they’re gay-tolerant. Pen-Elayne listens to a Christmas Carol. Rook’s Rant shows why I don’t miss living in Minnesota. rubber hose looks at some Swiss cash. Science and Politics is looking for submissions to a new Carnival. Scrutiny Hooligans declares Santa an enemy combatant. Sooner Thought counts the dead in Iraq. Speedkill shares a well-reasoned Christmas song. Steve Gilliard on why the vote in Iraq may be bad news for the U.S. T. Rex has a concise compendium of recent right-wing nutsery. Trust the Invisible Library to know how good Wikipedia is. Wanda has a couple of interesting news items. WTF Is It Now has the Bill Frist Disconnect Festival. Steve at The Yellow Doggerel Democrat gives the TSA a spelling lesson. …You Are a Tree has a music review.
Due to some apparent issues at Typepad, three blogs — Dohiyi Mir, Musing’s musings, and The Countess — were showing pages that were a week old. I’m sure that the keepers of those flames are hot on the trail, and when they get back to real time I’ll have some nice excerpts for you to peruse.