Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Early Morning Links

Curt at Flopping Aces is organizing a much-needed blog-burst over the Flight 93 Memorial, which appears to honor the attackers more than the victims.

Wretchard at Belmost Club describes a brief confrontation between the U.S.S. Kitty Hawk battle group and some Chinese warships in the Straits of Taiwan. You know, trying to figure out what the PRC is really up to is harder than Chinese arithmetic.

Andrew Bostom at American Thinker is marshaling support for Major Stephen Coughlin, the DOD analyst fired for his politically incorrect (but seemingly accurate) views on Jihad.

Gateway Pundit spotlights angry Michigan Democrat Don Riegle. Riegle compared the Clinton Machine's stripped-down Michigan ballot (on which only Hillary appeared) to the old Soviet Union. He forgot to mention that the New York Times serves as today's Pravda.

Gaius at Blue Crab Boulevard munches on brie and sips wine at a posh gathering of Congressional muckety-mucks. Actually, it's the new menu ("...pan-roasted Chesapeake rockfish with sweet potato fennel hash and yellow pepper relish. Or pears with Stilton cheese and watercress...") in the House of Representatives' various eateries, brought to you by Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic House leadership.

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