Thursday, October 12, 2006

New Places to Go To

I’ve added several new links to my blogroll recently. The American Thinker has a new article on Harry Reid’s “shady land deals” here, news of which is curiously absent from the MSM. Google Dirty Harry’s name and you might find more on it.

The Brussels Journal gives a conservative European (oxymoron, I know) point of view. One brief post questions whether the State should fund religion. Whew. Glad we don’t have that problem. There they quote a British official, Ruth Kelly (Minister for Women and Equality - doesn’t that sound patronizing?) who thinks the British government needs to give money to moderate Islamic organizations. If that came to fruition, those “moderates” would be springing up like mushrooms after a spring rain.

Katalan Saar’s Civilian at War gives us the Israeli perspective on world events. Here he posted a video of Wafa Sultan, the ex-Muslim woman who courageously condemns Islam.

Patrick at Clarity and Resolve gives us the news coupled with his vigorous wit. Check out the post, Sudden Outbreak of Reason In Europe.

Political Pistachio has a gem of a post by Douglas Gibbs on the hypocrisy of liberals. He’s a member of the Military Writers Society of America. Go Doug!

Prysson at SPQR Aquila non captat muscas gives us his conservative slant on various issues. His Local Governments Don’t Get It exposes liberal meddling on the municipal level.

Real Clear Religion is Genevieve’s take on issues from a Christian perspective. Here we see that Russia’s problems include a dying population where abortions outnumber live births.