Monday, May 03, 2010

Larwyn's Linx: Times Square Car Bomb Targeted Children

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Times Square Car Bomb Targeted Children: Shrink-Wrapped
Video of suspected Times Square bomber released: IBA
Constitution Offers No Haven to ObamaCare’s Mandate: Cato


America's Growing Vulnerability to Catastrophe: AT
Michigan Firemen Setting Fires Over Union Anger: RWN
How Obama Himself Made More Than 'Enough Money': Cashill

Climate & Energy

Devastating video shows NOAA knew spill impact on 4/22: GWP
Thoughts on Gorism: Hanson
It's how they think: 'a boot on the neck': BrutHon


May Day protest turns violent, media spins coverage: Riehl
CNN Anchor: 'We're Not Supposed To Call You Dumb, But…': RWN
Obama's Race-Baiting: Times

At Correspondents Dinner, Obama Gets In Plenty of Shots: RWN
Casting his 'enemies' in ridiculous extremes: Hindenblog
Coulter goes after Rove, Rubio for their initial opposition to Arizona law: Mediate

Listing Dangerously: RWN
Government ain't me, man: AT
Raising Arizona: The New Immigration Law : Langbert


The Greek Tragedy Unfolds: AI
British ObamaCare update: Bureaucrats getting in the way of saving lives: Marathon
Chinese accused of vast trade in organs harvested from religious dissidents: Times


Flooding in Nashville: Instapundit
Nissan Leaf Close to Profitability: Told You So! : Seeking Alpha
Spirit iPhone 3.1.3 and iPad Jailbreak Out: BigBoss


Remembering the Fall of Saigon: BrutHon
The Hive and the Town: AmDigest
2 million without clean water in Boston: Times

Image: NYPD
Today's Larwyn's Linx sponsored by: May Day Contest.

QOTD: 'To the coastal commentariat, "undocumented immigrants" are the people who mow your lawn while you're at work and clean your office while you're at home. (That, for the benefit of The New York Times' Linda Greenhouse, is the real apartheid: the acceptance of a permanent "undocumented" servant class by far too many "documented" Americans who assuage their guilt by pathetic sentimentalization of immigration.) But in border states, illegal immigration is life and death. I spoke to a lady this week who has a camp of illegals on the edge of her land. She lies awake at night, fearful for her children and alert to strange noises in the yard.

President Obama, shooting from his lip, attacked the new law as an offense against "fairness." Where's the fairness for this woman's family? Because her home is in Arizona rather than Hyde Park, Chicago, she's just supposed to get used to living under siege?' -- Mark Steyn

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