Friday, December 30, 2011

Larwyn's Linx: Don't Fall for Operation Psych Out

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Don't Fall for Operation Psych Out: LI
Mullah Ron Paul: Spengler
Reagan Had the Recipe for Success. Let's Follow It: Gingrich

Ron Paul: Hitler Okay, But Gaza Is A "Concentration Camp": Riehl
Perry’s internal polling confirms that Santorum’s surge is real: Hot Air
Perry Hearing on Virginia Ballot Challenge Set for Jan. 13: NatlJrnl

Liberals Twice as Likely to Favor Socialism as Americans: VS
Pelosi’s Office Denies Daughter’s Retirement Claim: Malkin
The Obama Campaign's New Slogan: WZ


Voters Want Growth, Not Income Redistribution: Barone
The Thinly-Veiled Fed Bailout Of Europe: Insider
After Cop Drives Drunk at 143 MPH, Union Protects from Firing!: RightP

Recess Appts. To NLRB: War Declared Against Employers: Townhall
The Ongoing MF Global Disaster: Denninger
Tax Cuts, Less-Intrusive Gov't Help Canada Soar: IBD

Gunrunner & Energygate

Eric Holder: Cops Are Being Killed By The Flow of Illegal Guns: Ace
No one tell Holder: 70% of Americans want voter ID: Foundry
Rep. Ted Poe calls Eric Holder’s response to Fast and Furious “preposterous”: Chron

Climate & Energy

A Bad Year for Obama’s Green Dream: Foundry
California low carbon fuel law blocked by federal judge: Watts


Ann Coulter Endorses Rick Santorum (Update: Santorum Ran on E-Verify in 2006): BizzyBlog
Free Speech Hating Peas in an Anti-Semitic Pod: Zilla
WordPress Takes Down “Bare Naked Islam” Blog After Threats From CAIR: GWP

Why Did Jack Ryan Drop Out of IL Senate Race in '04 (which paved the way for Obama's rise)?: HillBuzz
Bill Maher Twitter-Whips Tim Tebow, But CBS Says Tebow's the 'Notorious' One: NB
Mayweather placed $1M bet on Tebow to lose, report says: Post

Time to boycott Sharia-compliant Wordpress: TAB
Paul: I did write parts of the newsletters, but not the bad parts: Hot Air
Don't Underestimate the Power of Social Networking: AT


The Case for Military Action in Iran: Ricochet
Jan 2009: Iran TV Interviews Iran's Favorite Congressman, Who Bashes Israel, Defends Hamas: Nice Deb
A life alone for Saudis born out of wedlock: JPost

Ron Paul is truly dangerous: Union-Leader
Outrageous… Hillary Clinton Tells Syrian Freedom Protesters to Lay Down Their Weapons: GWP
IDF's unparalleled record of sparing civilians in counter-terrorism operations: AT

Ron Paul: Iran Would be Justified in Closing Strategic Waterway in Response to Sanctions: CNS
The Coming Collapse of China: 2012 Edition: Foreign Policy
Inept U.S. Congress frees $40 million for ‘Palestinians’: Creeping


Obama Stimulus Didn't Create Jobs But Does Permit Government to Hack Your Child’s Personal Infomation: GWP
2011: The Year Intellectual Property Trumped Civil Liberties: Wired
Can your employer claim your social media connections?: Telegraph


Occupying Honolulu: MOTUS
Can you guess who David Duke supports...?: WZ
I am really sorry if I have offended anyone: Kelly Clarkson

Image: "Alamo record setter - In thriller, Baylor outguns Huskies"
Today's Larwyn's Linx sponsored by: Senate Conservatives Fund

QOTD: "That’s why I think the debate on the Republican side is so important. And why when I see, I have to be candid, a candidate like Ron Paul whose foreign policy is if anything is worse than the Obama administration apparently leading in Iowa according to some polls, it just gives me great concern. …

But I guess I’d say to people who look at Ron Paul and have some measure of support for his domestic policies on the libertarian side, I’d have to say look, I consider myself pretty libertarian but you cannot live in fantasy land. The rest of the world is not going to leave us alone and we need a Commander-in-Chief who understands that. A Ron Paul president would simply not address the challenges we face.

So if you’re thinking about Ron Paul because of his domestic issues, think again and look at virtually any of the other candidates and consider how they would be as Commander-in-Chief. That’s the president’s first duty, defending the country." --Amb. John Bolton

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