Sunday, January 22, 2012

Larwyn's Linx: Lessons From South Carolina

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South Carolina

Lessons From South Carolina: Wolf Howling
Why Newt?: Domenech
Gingrich Looking Churchillian In Political Comeback: IBD

Hill: Romney Exposed As Very Weak Candidate That He Is: Riehl
Romney's Recipe for Disaster: Erickson
Money for Santorum: Erickson

After SC: What the Beltway Crowd Misses: Hawkins
Why Gingrich won -- Why Romney lost: York
Sarah Palin: Santorum should stay in the race: Scoop


S.C.: 900 dead voted in recent election: GWP
Fomer Obama staffer arrested in IA identity theft investigation.: RS
Identity Theft, Then and Now: Driscoll

Chris Dodd intimidating lawmakers on SOPA, PIPA: Patterico
Secretary of State Project: MoneyRunner
Republicans In Denial: Flopping Aces

Occupy protesters use Bibles as weapons — literally: Zombie
Occupy SF Turns Violent, 2 Police Officers Injured: VS
Obama’s continued assault on the First Amendment: ProWis


Chalk up 4,300 more layoffs to Dodd-Frank: OpenMarket
Good News: ObamaWorld Is Now Open For Business!: Pirate's Cove
Warren Buffet and Mitt Romney: Ricochet

Barack Obama Led #OccupyChicago – Circa 1988: Pollak
Forbes: Best Buy will be out of business soon: HillBuzz
In traditional Democratic Stronghold Harlem, Barrage of Protesters Greets Obama: PatUpdate

Gunrunner & Energygate

Not so fast: The simmering controversy over Operation Fast and Furious: Economist
Chevy Volt Fires: Feds Stop Investigating Volts, Announce $1,500 Incentive For California Volt Buyers: SHN
Fast and Furious: Arizona official to plead Fifth: Tucson

Climate & Energy

Environmentalism and the Leisure Class: AmSpec
Obama plays energy politics while China and Cuba drill wells: Exam
Here We Go Again: Globull Warming To Create More Snow: Teach


#ChangeIs…Incredibly Easy to Mock. Come On, Everybody – Join in the Fun on Twitter: Marfdrat
Ingraham Challenges Romney on Message: NRO
Bubba Takes The Cake: At last, the Clinton Legacy: Publius

When ‘Unaccountably’ = ABC’s SOP: Driscoll
Newt Gingrich's Ethics Charges and Mitt Romney's Anniversary Cake: MagNote
Washington Post Ombudsman Tells Paper To Start Actually Scrutinizing Obama’s Record: Dollard

13 Photos Of Barack Obama At Disney That Will Probably Turn Up In Attack Ads: Buzzfeed
Some interesting details ABC left out about Newt’s 2nd marriage: Polipundit
Gingrich's College Records Show a Professor Hatching Big Plans: WSJ

Palin Factor Starts To Emerge in GOP Race: Sun
SC Primary Tweets of Night: LI
A Review Of Mark Levin’s Ameritopia From A Regular American: Kuznicki


The Sinking of the West : Steyn
More Racist Ethnic Cleansing By Illegal Alien Gangbangers: Federale
Greek Debt Talks Appear to Stall Amid Clash on Rate for New Bonds: WSJ

Death Comes to Nigeria (Again): GoV
Update on the Norwegian Niqab School Tour: GoV
Afghan Pedophilia: A way of life, say U.S. soldiers and journalists: Exam


Anonymous splinter group now targeting Democrats for SOPA support: DC
Inside the Lavish Life Of Web's Mr. Dotcom: WSJ
The Backbone of the Flavor Network: Nature


The Finnish Fire Stove: C&S
Skull shirts out, sparkly pink swimsuits in …: ProWis
16-Year Old Laura Dekker Completes Solo Sail Around the World: AmSpec

Image: Karenza Paperie
Today's Larwyn's Linx sponsored by: Rick Santorum for President

QOTD: "Newt Gingrich’s rise has a lot to do with Newt Gingrich’s debate performance. But it has just as much to do with a party base in revolt against its thought and party leaders in Washington, DC. The base is revolting because they swept the GOP back into relevance in Washington just under two years ago and they have been thanked with contempt ever since...

...Newt has taken the worst the media, Romney and the left can dish out, and he’s still standing and fighting with passion and eloquence. Sure, he’d probably be an erratic President, but right now Republican voters don’t care about his Presidency. They care about the fight with the left both Mitt Romney, and the Washington Republican leaders like John Boehner and Mitch McConnell don’t seem inclined to engage in." --Erick Erickson

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