The search for Marizela Perez continues, with a small army of volunteers searching around Seattle and points nearby for any glimpse of the missing young lady. Michelle Malkin has more information on Perez, including a couple surveillance videos so you can get a look at what she was wearing the day she disappeared and a letter from her family.

Again, if you have friends of family in the greater Seattle area or surrounding states, please get this information to them however you are able. Ask them to carry a printout with them and keep their vision keen. Marizela is out there somewhere and you never know what small tip will lead to her safe recovery.

I’ll have a post on the most recent podcast out later today. It’s a good one and you won’t want to miss it.

And now, links!

  • According to the Pew Center, more of us now get our news online than we do through the print media. That’s a big deal and newspapers need to pay attention tit, if they weren’t already.
  • Duane Lester is back in the podcasting saddle with an all-new All American Radio.  Duane is one of the people who encouraged me to start The Delivery and I’m glad he’s made the time to get back behind the mic.
  • Is the minimum wage killing jobs? Signs point to yes.
  • Ed Driscoll on the early 1900s thinking of today’s Progressive movement.
  • Byron York on unions against the little guy in Wisconsin.
  • The more I hear from Senator Marco Rubio, the more I wish he had been on that national scene a decade ago so we could run him for President in 2012.
  • A pair of movie reviews from Big Hollywood: Thor and Battle: Los Angeles. Could it be that unabashedly American flicks are on the rebound in Hollywood? Let’s hope!
  • Now that President Obama has killed out manned spaceflight program, we’re going to pay Russia $63 million a head to take our astronauts to the International Space Station. This drives me nuts, for several reasons. You might just hear about the subject again on The Delivery.
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