Monday, March 28, 2011

Larwyn's Linx: April 5th Will Decide Who Governs Wisconsin

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April 5th Will Decide Who Governs Wisconsin: BigGovt
What did the President know--and when did he know it?: FA
Obama revises Miranda rights for 'domestic' terror suspects: Creeping

10 Full Minutes on Barack-etology: Ace
DeMint--Choose Principles Before Choosing Candidate: Cubachi
Eyes of Texas are Sparkling in 2010 Census: Barone

Cain wins straw poll at CPPAC: Cubachi
Bolton: Obama is still not qualified to be president: Cubachi
Did Socialists Choose Democrat’s VP Candidate?: Loudon


Why Does Obama Hate Small Business?: BigGovt
Great: SEIU partners with Obama's conservation youth corps: GWP
Judge to seniors: take Medicare or lose Social Security: BlogProf

NY Teachers' Union's War Against Black Students: PunPress
GE's 900 Tax Experts: How Big Govt. Ruins America: WashExam
Jerry Brown Goes After Redevelopment Agencies: Volokh

Climate & Energy

Soros Wins Under Obama's Energy Policies: AT
Liberals: they blinded me with science: Coulter
Little Oxygen Hogs: WUWT


Media Matters and the Nietzschean Defense of Fox News: Hemingway
Transparency: Reporter at Biden Fundraiser Kept in Closet: Malkin
Waiting for Joe and Bill: Sentinel

Audio: S.E. Cupp Interviews Jack Cashill: NiceDeb
Video: Bill Ayers Admits (Again) He Wrote Obama’s First Book: GWP
Howard Kurtz Hypocritically Supports Huffington Post Canning Breitbart :NewsBusters

The Massacre of Meaning: Knish
Juan Cole, Libya And The Interests Of America: TalkLeft
Padded, Push-Up Bikini Tops for 8-Year-Old Girls? Again Abercrombie & Fitch Sexualizes Children: Blaze

David Horowitz Presents: Power Line
Undignified Ways to Govern: NYC Mayoral Edition: Malkin (Powers)
What Did People Think of the Atlas Shrugged Movie?: BigGovt


Gates: Libya Isn't In Our National Interest, Clinton: Yes it Is: Ace
Mark Steyn: Do-gooders in a land with no good guys: Steyn
Thousands of Christians Displaced in Ethiopia After Muslim Extremists Torch Churches, Homes: Fox

President Obama's Ten Libyan Paradoxes: Hanson
Iranian Rulers, Believing Pre-Messianic Destruction Is Imminent, Make Film To Prepare Muslims: PJM
Libyan Woman Struggles to Tell Media of Her Rape: Jawa

George Soros: Demagoat : HumanEvents
NATO: Fine, We'll Take This Libya Thing: Ace
After this, Gordon Brown will not be elected dog catcher: Surber

Hillary Stages ‘Kinetic Butinsky Action’ on Question Intended for SecDef: Malkin (Powers)
Christianity and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt: GoV
Austrian Hospitals Subject to Sharia?: Creeping


Small Changes, Big Results -- Behavioral Economics at Work in Poor Countries: BosRev
12-year old super-genius sets out to disprove the big bang: BlogProf
Never-before seen, terrifying video of Japanese tsunami: Verum Serum


10 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Star Trek: ListVerse
575-pound Heart Attack Grill spokesman dies at 29: Clarion-Ledger
Did Natalie Portman Misrepresent Herself To Win Her Oscar?: Ace

Image: Denny
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QOTD: "All have something to say about Palin, while most don't have a clue as to what she represents, or are incapable of critical analysis. These scornful voices emanate from those who simply do not understand what lies in the hearts and minds of people such as Sarah Palin. What many of us do understand is simply that we do not care who is President; we care who is 'Presidential.'

Sarah Palin represents what a president should be in these very troubled times; she's made choices in the last several years which many misinterpret in the framework of their own shortcoming. The slings and arrows launched at Palin vibrate with bias, chauvinism, elitism, and partisan politics and a sense of superior intellect from the howling scornful classes mentioned above.

I offer one man's simple observation -- a view from a citizen born and raised in the heartland of the rugged Great Plains: Sarah Palin has done more for the sanctity of life, for the preservation of American values, for the American traditions of integrity and honesty in political discourse than all the wannabe pundits across the country beating their chests and voicing 'expert' proclamations of disdain since the name Sarah Palin became a household word." --Michael Hauschild

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