Well, it's that time of year again.... The time when I'm so busy with life's trials and tribulations, I don't have time to research anything good to post. So I resort to a linkfest. It's not the only reason, of course. I owe a few people who also happen to be doing some excellent work out there in the blogosphere for the links they have given me. Here are some excellent blogs and the great work they are doing:
Professor Donald Douglas of American Power, located in our nation's former ally, California (I hope that like France, they return to our side someday), is a beacon of freedom there. Click HERE for the first installment of his field work at a local Tea Party resulting in a wonderful collection of pictures of the event. Click HERE for the second installment. The professor's blog has become a major driving force for freedom after its creation less than 2 years ago.
When something happens in New York City that is worth viewing, look no further than Urban Infidel for her magnificent photo essays. Yesterday she bore the nasty weather to report first-hand the protest in Foley Square of the Khalid Sheikh Mohammed 9-11 Terror Trial that any other president, in his right mind, would conduct as a military tribunal at Gitmo. Click HERE for her posting of the events.
Chicago Ray has found yet another example of a fractional minority of Muslims having a Christmas tree (dubbed Holiday Tree) removed because it was deemed "too religious" for these narrow-minded sociopaths. Click HERE for the story.
T. Paine at Saving Common Sense brings to light the quest of Lt. Col. Allen West for a Congressional seat in Florida's 22nd district. Lt. Col. West is an African-American, decorated war hero and champions the Constitution. In other words he is what Mr. Paine refers to as "a breath of fresh air." Click HERE for the full story.
And Lisa Graas has written a book review on Sarah Palin's Going Rogue, well worth reading. Click HERE for that.