Thursday, July 7, 2011

A Pre-Friday Post Wherein This Looks Like a Real Blog

Another short post as I must lay my good friend to rest today. So instead of the usual biting insights into the state of American politics, I'll do my best Instapundit imitation for you. Kinda sorta.

First on the list is my favorite hangout, Ace of Spades HQ. Rumor has it that somebody named Andrew Breitbart likes the commenters there. That place is like mental Wheaties. Or going to a biker bar where all the patrons are Mensa members.

One of our own, The Wordy Bitch. Ima, you do realize we're probably related, since we're both from Alabama, don't you?

I know I'm in the minority as a conservative musician. Here's another one, Right Wing Rocker.

Here's a new site from the Cato Institute, Downsizing the Federal Government. And similar site, Dirty Spending Secrets.

When I get enough energy and time, I'll put these links in the sidebar.

Here's a few things I've been thinking about posting about. So much malfeasance, so little time...

Victor Davis Hanson's Fourth of July treatise, Liberal Frankensteins. Not Fronkenshteens?

Enemies. Here's a snippet...

These so-called “progressives” or “liberals” are not advocates of progress or liberty: they are enemies of them, and the sooner champions of liberty acknowledge what they are, the better our slim chances for defeating them will be.
I'm looking forward to more of this sentiment inside the hallowed halls of Congress.

What if the conventional wisdom about the energy future of America and the world has been completely wrong? This, however, sounds about right - the cost to transition to the so-called "green economy" is around $76T, with a "T", dollars.

Nancy Pelosi is still the least popular House leader. In other news, water is wet.

Yet another reason to fight Net Neutrality: Documents show the FCC coordinated with a far left-wing organization (is there any other kind?) on the rules. Gee, it's almost like the average American doesn't have a voice in Washington. And another thing, embedding YouTube videos may soon become a felony.

OK, gentle readers (of which one more is added to the roll this week, thanks), click and enjoy while I attend to familial duties here.

My friends are my family.

1 comment:

Ima Wurdibitsch said...

Uncle Daddy? Is that you??

It's been insane lately and I've not been able to play at AoS as much as I'd like. Or blog. Or read. Or drink. I really need to get a life.

I'm sorry to hear you lost a friend. You have my very sincere condolences.