Friday, February 3, 2006

Friday Blogaround

Note: Blogger has been flakey this morning; sometimes working, someti–

Here’s some samples from that gnarly bunch at The Liberal Coalition (yeah, I’ve been listening to surf music this week…)

  • All Facts and Opinions has Cindy’s story.
  • archy has an entry for the Theocratic Bigot of the Week contest.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof comments on the profile of former senator John Danforth.
  • blogAmY has David’s Random Question about SOTU.
  • Moi at bloggg has issues with DSL.
  • Chris Lefty offers a crash course in comics.
  • Collective Sigh points out some royal differences.
  • Dodecahedron is on a short break.
  • Dohiyi Mir on available singles.
  • Echidne on cheap-ass Republicans.
  • farm runoff… is the latest new blog from the farmer.
  • Jane at FDL looks at the new definition of “isolationism.”
  • First Draft has an unplugged evening with Jonah Goldberg.
  • The Fulcrum sees dark times ahead.
  • Happy Furry Puppy on leftie dangers.
  • iddybud on CNN’s coverage of the Toles cartoon.
  • Left is Right succinctly sums up the future under Alito.
  • Liberty Street honors Coretta Scott King.
  • Make Me a Commentator! reviews the Social Security reform a year later.
  • Musing’s musings on saving energy by backpedaling.
  • Pen-Elayne is wary of a website.
  • Rook’s Rant picks up the Plame-gate story and provides good links just in case you forgot about it.
  • rubber hose on the Danish cartoon kerfuffle.
  • Science and Politics has a new template and lots of bloggy goodstuff.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans on Britney on Will & Grace.
  • Sooner Thought gives a blow-by-blow of the SOTU.
  • Speedkill on psychic Fox.
  • Steve Gilliard on the future of education.
  • T. Rex on welcoming home a veteran.
  • The Countess on improving marriage.
  • Keith at The Invisible Library likes conspiracy nuts.
  • Welcome to Gilead is back.
  • Wanda has her say on the state of the union.
  • WTF Is It Now?? on the 21st century version of the 18-1/2 minute gap.
  • Steve Bates links to an interview with the man who could unseat Tom DeLay.
  • …You Are a Tree wants to know what your jamband name is.
  • I hear that there’s a football game on this weekend…