In case you missed them, here are a few articles I've enjoyed over the last day or so.
Planck's Constant shows us how Muslims are taking over France. "...it is not the extremist who we have to fear, but the moderate Muslim who through no fault of his own, by merely being Muslim, will destroy the very fabric of western culture." Take a look at Bernie's video of the streets of Paris. We need to know these things.
Pundit and Pundette showcases Maureen Dowd's elitist ignorance, even though today she laments "our president came down from the mountaintop," and contrasts Jennifer Rubin's assessment that Obama's "preference for government by seminar made for an excruciating war-planning process." I love that "government by seminar."
American Power tells us Democrats in the Senate are readying to change the rule on filibusters.
Ruby Slippers takes a look at Massachusetts Democrat Senate contender Martha Coakley, and wonders "what if Sarah Palin said that?"
Dolley Madison at Abigail and Dolley has A Tale of Two Mothers. She takes a look at the sacrifices for "Cadillac healthcare" and how the choices we make affect our lives.
Ol' Broad talks about the "uneducated" tea-party goers, as described by NYT's David Brooks.
Ryan Maro at PajamasMedia sees improvement in the world's oil supply, and benefits to the U.S. with Russia's new Iraqi oil operation - and he says, Iran should worried.
[the contract with Russia puts] to rest allegations that the Bush administration launched the war to seize the fields for its buddies in the oil business, a laughable accusation of Satan-level evil that has had a disappointingly long shelf life.The Lonely Conservative gets into "Oliver Stone's Secret History of America" and his much-expected, revisionist history of Stalin, Hitler and Mao. Oh come on Karen. You know Stone will be completely unbiased, as always.
Sultan Knish informs on Israel's Arab settlements. You need to know about this, and there is no one better to tell it than the Sultan.
Dr. Sanity tells us how California became a failed state.
Jim Simpson at The Examiner is spilling a little known secret about Universal Voter
Moose and Squirrel points out the absurdity of the "Goracle's" flawed propaganda, and that of his followers, and the money behind all warmists.
William Teach at Pirate's Cove asks "Who's a Climate Scientist?" and questions Al Gore's credentials.
Blackfive looks at the White House distress over troops not "magically" arriving in Afghanistan and explains the post-dithering logistics needed to get them there.
BigJournalism shines the big spotlight on Media Matter in Dumbing Down the War on Terror.