Thursday, July 06, 2006

Blog hits of the day

Well I'm back on the work rotation for a few days starting this afternoon so we're back to evening blogging. Not that I haven't been doing that anyway even when I'm off. So let me send you to a couple of blogs with good posts to hold for the interim.

Sammy Sassendyll is holding down the castle at the Kingdom of Zembla. It's a scroller. Just start at the top and keep reading. Lots of good stuff there you probably missed and I love his wry style.

Another amusing post. It's Steve Audio vs. David Horowitz in an email exchange. Horowitz ends up proving what a small minded, self inflated putz he really is.

Blogenfreude never disappoints at Agitprop. He has more on the wingnuts' insane fatwa against the NYT. He runs down their reaction to the fact that Rummy himself gave permission for the story and the photos. Unsurprisingly they're mostly ignoring it. He also is on the beat tracking the lastest on the vile Ms. Coulter and plagarism problems. Which doesn't seem to be a problem yet but could become one if we give this story some buzz. I know I'm in for that.

And finally I haven't managed to get around to all the posts yet from Glenda's Blog for Peace project but Kvatch at Blognonymous had a really good entry on independence and peace as a state of mind.
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Anonymous lester said...

check out horowitz's column "everything the left said about the war was wrong". It's a favorite of mine. Alot of these guys gloat like crazy whenever any sort of milestone is reached in Iraq. But the energy on the right wing is such that it doesn't seem to matter. "the next six months will be the key"

3:38:00 PM  
Anonymous Libby said...

It's been the next six months for almost four years now Lester.

8:17:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Libby, thanks so much for the link. Glad people found it thought provoking. I actually had quite a hard time pulling the themes together--went through a bunch of revisions.

1:38:00 AM  
Anonymous Libby said...

It was a great post Kvatch.

8:03:00 AM  

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