Friday, January 23, 2009

Larwyn's Link Kerplosion: "Are 60% of the people on Daily Kos insane?"

Murtha pork front raided: Hot Air (Ed Morrissey)
A Janitor's 10 lessons in Leadership: Chief Warrant Officers Assocation
Waiting to exhale: The News of Pakistan

UBL: Gaza one of many fronts of "World Jihad" : Walid Phares
Here is a woman who should run for Prime Minister!: Sky News
AQ figure calls for attacks on Britain: Reuters

Abortion in America: a Personal Journey: American Digest
To the guy who mugged me...: Savannah Now
Airsoft-armed robbers get a lead surprise: Dr. Bulldog

NASA: data shows oceans cooling since '03?: Hot Air (Ed Morrissey)
Pew Poll: RIP global warming fears: People Press
Genocide henchman leads Obama outreach: Pajamas Media (Patrick Poole)

Terrorism: Obama's Language Suggests Bad News For America's Security: Dan Riehl
Battle of Gaza: and the winner is...: National Review (Clifford D. May)
"They did it themselves": National Review (Mark Steyn)

Robert Reich: keep stimulus money away from skilled workers and white guys: Michelle Malkin
Questions about Obama (perhaps these should have been asked earlier): Politico
Red Eye reams Olbermann: Olbermann Watch

Lobbyist ban enacted; first exception granted: Ace o' Spades
Terrorists come first!: Astute Bloggers
Patti Blagejovich "laid off" from $100K charity job: Chicago Sun-Times

The facts behind Microsoft's anti-Linux campaign: CNet (Matt Asay)
Mercedes E Class Coupe Caught!: AutoSpies
Are 60% of the People on Kos Insane?: Daily Kos

ACLU Hero Obama Hits Civil Liberties Trifecta; America Can Be Proud Again!: STACLU:

(Eric Cantor) The single most important role of government is to defend our nation and protect innocent Americans from those who seek to destroy our way of life. We all want to protect our troops in combat and our citizens at home, but there are serious questions that must be answered before Guantanamo Bay is closed. For example, how does it make sense to close down the Guantanamo facility before there is a clear plan to deal with the terrorists inside its walls? And what will American soldiers do with the terrorists they capture in the field before a Presidential Commission offers them a clear position?

Actively moving terrorists inside our borders weakens our security, raises far more questions than it answers and is the wrong track for our nation. Most families neither want nor need hundreds of terrorists seeking to kill Americans in their communities. We need to have a serious, careful, and realistic national discussion about the ramifications of closing Guantanamo Bay.

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