Another week, another bunch of great links for which I just don’t have time to write a proper blog post. You know, if one of these posts tickles your fancy, maybe you can grab the link and write something up on your own blog. Heck, just share them on Twitter or Facebook and get more folks to the sites of the excellent authors who wrote the posts you like!
And now, links!
- I’m very excited that my home state has a legitimate conservative contender for Senate. We’ve been stuck with Ben Cardin and Barbara Mikulski for far too long. I fully support Dan Bongino in November and I’m going to do what I can to see him elected. Now, you do the same in your state — find a conservative running for office and get everyone you know and can talk to between now and then to vote for that person. We do this enough and it won’t matter if Mitt Romney’s a milquetoast, big government squish.
- Remember what whole “War on Women” thing? The Democrat Party swears, through its official spokesman, that it’s all a myth cooked up by those darned Republicans. Why, they don’t even use the phrase! Honest!
- If government can’t fix escalators competently, why should any of us believe it can handle our health care, retirement, car choices, or decide who “deserves” to earn what wage?
- And speaking of Washington, DC, every single resident of that city ought to be ashamed that Marion Barry, crook and racist, is a prominent member of the City Council.
- Remember when the President said the Supreme Court doesn’t have the power to overturn unconstitutional laws? Well, he didn’t say that. You just heard wrong. Because you’re stupid.
- And speaking of stupid, boy I bet the people who will be out of work because of Barack Obama’s efforts to kill the coal business get the word that their union still plans to support him in November.
- “This is not conjecture…These are facts.”
- Alliteration Central: Turbo Tax Timmy and the Talk Shows and The Fox Factor Fix.
- I remember the days when I was just a kid with some cardboard boxes, tape, markers, and a huge imagination. I surely hope Caine’s Arcade leads this young man to incredible success and shows parents that imagination is crucial to a child’s development.