Friday, May 5, 2006

Friday Blogaround

Is there anything out there worth writing about? The Liberal Coalition seems to think so.

  • All Facts and Opinions helps a Pennsylvania senate candidate.
  • archy notes International Respect for Chickens Day. Go get clucked.
  • Bark Bark Woof Woof on the Moussaoui sentence.
  • David at blogAmY has another question.
  • bloggg on exhorbitant pay for oil execs.
  • Collective Sigh on how to get rich from bird flu.
  • Dodecahedron is back with his own thoughts on what to do with those oil company profits.
  • NTodd wants to know how confident you are.
  • Echidne of the Snakes on how much you’d earn if you were paid to be a mom.
  • the farmer on the fun and paranoid world of Dick Cheney.
  • FDL sees the Day of Reckoning looming.
  • First Draft on Scott McClellan’s next-to-last day and the Dole fundraising letter.
  • Happy Furry Puppy checks out the opposition.
  • iddybud pays tribute to the Sago miners.
  • Left is Right helps the veterans.
  • Lefty gives away a giveway.
  • Liberty Street replies to the death penalty advocates for Moussaoui.
  • Make Me a Commentator remembers Kent State. (Do you?)
  • Michael finds out his true major in college. (According to this, I should have been a journalist. No, really.)
  • rubber hose on Mrs. Bush being bilingual.
  • Science and Politics notes that migrating birds are starving.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans on “lobbying reform.”
  • Sooner Thought on Rummy fudging.
  • Jeff at Speedkill has a sly take on an essay from Newsweek.
  • Steve Gilliard on blacks, Mexicans, and the Minutemen.
  • Kenneth at T. Rex on global terrorism.
  • The Countess is rightly outraged.
  • The Invisible Library announces that the original Force will be with us.
  • Wanda on a part of the correspondents’ dinner last week.
  • Steve on cruel punishment.
  • …You Are A Tree has pictures of our troops in Iraq.
  • It’s Cinco de Mayo. Have a burrito for lunch.

    Update: Better late than never. Pen-Elayne was having blog template issues this morning, but she is back and with a great post about the immortal and everlasting Pete Seeger, who turned 87 last week and is still as powerful a voice in music as ever. He’ll be performing this summer, and Elayne has the info on tickets.