Michelle Malkin’s cousin, Marizela Perez, has gone missing and she has asked for our help to find her. You can be of most help if you live in or around the Seattle, WA area, which is where she was last seen. If you don’t, you can still help. Tweet (with the hashtag #findmarizela) or link a couple of Michelle’s posts to your followers or readers or, if you have family or friends in the Pacific Northwest, point them to her posts and ask them to spread the word and keep their eyes open.
Michelle is a friend of mine and I’d appreciate any help you can give her.
And now, links!
- Ed Driscoll posted a new Silicon Graffiti video. This one deals with how the left wants us to take us back to Zero. It also commemorates his ninth anniversary as a blogger, so head on over and say Congrats!
- There is no demagoguery like Democratic budget demagoguery.
- No surer sign exists that Obamacare is a steaming heap of big-government dung than the more than 1,000 waivers the administration has granted to those who want to get out from underneath its crushing bulk. The most recent waiver went to the entire state of Maine. So, when do the rest of us get a waiver?
- Keith Hennessey wrote perhaps the best short primer on the Strategic Petroleum Reserve I’ve ever seen. If you’ve ever wondered that the SPR is and why it exists, you should read Hennessey’s post.
- Carol at No Sheeples Here has a good preview of this weekend’s ACC basketball tournament. March Madness is in the air and, while I’m not nearly as excited as I usually am, thanks to the NCAA’s needless and silly expansion of the tournament to 9,624 teams, I dig that she is.
- Here is the viewing guide to all the bright asteroids you’ll be able to see this year. I don’t expect that you can see any of them with the naked eye, but maybe if you have excellent conditions and a very good set of binoculars, you might catch a glimpse of a couple of them.