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Excellent news. One of my favorite bloggers, Matt Stinson, is back in action with swanky new digs.
I forgot to submit something this week, but the RINO festival is up at All Things Jennifer. I haven’t had time to check it out yet, but I am sure there is something interesting there for everyone.
Almost forgot- The Bills suck, Jennifer. Go Steelers!
*** Update ***
Don’t miss the Robert C. Byrd* Carnival of the Hillbillies, either.
*Byrd, as Chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, funnelled so much money the state that virtually everything is named after him. Thus, it is only fitting that we name the weekly WV blogger digest after him.
You don’t see this every day- you commenters are getting featured in Slate for coments made here:
In a response to a post that supports the decision on moderate blog Balloon Juice, commenter SomeCallMeTim snarks: “We were always going to declare victory and go home, regardless of the facts on the ground. The only question was whether we’d leave Iraq in the midst of a civil war or under the thumb of a Saddam-lite. I admit that I hadn’t considered that we make it a client state of Iran.”
Pretty funny, actually.
Charmaine Yoest doesn’t like ABC’s new show Commander In Chief.
And I mean, she really doesn’t like it, because she hates it before the first episode.
Here are some quick links of things I have read today:
Publius Pundit discusses trade v. aid in Africa.
Gerry Daly revisits the Hillary Clinton/DLC issue.
Jeff Goldstein examines the testimony from the Plame hearings in Congress. Ok, not really.
Macho Nachos notes the blatant pandering yesterday by Mitt Romney- “Why does Mitt Romney think we can’t recognize when we’re being pandered to?”
Hugh Hewitt notes I sometimes ‘kick him like a flat tire in the rain.’ Only when I think you are wrong, Hugh, and only because you are better than the rest of the radio voices out there on the right, and I expect more.
Der Commisar provides about the only possible humorous angle regarding Hanoi Jane’s recently announced Crisco tour/protest.
Rick Moran reviews the possibility of George Allen in 2008.
The PhotoDude dabbles in stream of consciousness blogging.
The DailyPundit examines Zimbabwe.
Kevin Srum provides some Harry Potter spoilers.
Red State announces a merger, of sorts.