Irony is the enemy of the post-modern left(tm)
Zed is, uhh, armored. Or something.
Cox & Forkum on the taxi tangle.
“Uncovered transit meat” gets whats coming to them from the Religion of Peace™. Imagine them trying that in the US in a concealed-carry state – the “youths” would be give several additional ways to breathe and the bus would continue on it’s way.
Muslims fear a “backlash” because of the imam saying that unveiled girls are fair game for rape.
A lawsuit against the paper that ran the Mohammed cartoons has been dismissed.
A reporter for the Strib dug into the taxi/alcohol thing in Minneapolis and found it’s being orchestrated by the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Danbury Mint is offering a miniature depicting Santa flying a small plane with Yankees logos. This just weeks after the Cory Lidle plane crash in Manhattan.
Frank J. does it again.
Mark Steyn was on Fox News and here’s the transcript.
Zed always has the right historical joke.
And you thought romance was dead.
The French foreign minister, citing that you can’t argue with results, now endorses the Israeli wall. Amazing.
It’s actually nice of the court to do this pre-election, as Ace notes.
Mark Steyn got interviewed on video by Michelle Malkin. Very nice.
If you still can’t get enough Steyn after that, he was on C-SPAN for 45 minutes again the other day. Details and stream here.
Some nice detective work by bloggers on this one.
Frank J. illustrates what will happen if the Dems get control.
Michael Yon has a great piece in the Weekly Standard about how one man at the Pentagon has basically shut down independent reporting from Iraq in favor of the Baghdad-based “bomb of the day” stories.
Sam’s costume shopping.
Except that none of the plans are actually particularly surprising.
Misha goes hunting for something I’ve been wondering about: exactly who is Barack Obama and what does he stand for?
Check this out.
(see here for details).
Democrat Held Seats
(CO-03): John Salazar
(GA-03): Jim Marshall
(GA-12): John Barrow
(IA-03): Leonard Boswell
(IL-08): Melissa Bean
(IL-17): Phil Hare
(IN-07): Julia Carson
(NC-13): Brad Miller
(PA-12): John Murtha
(WV-01): Alan Mollohan
Republican Held Seats
(AZ-08): Gabrielle Giffords
(CT-04): Diane Farrell
(CT-05): Chris Murphy
(CO-07): Ed Perlmutter
(IA-01): Bruce Braley
(IL-06): Tammy Duckworth
(IN-02): Joe Donnelly
(IN-08): Brad Ellsworth
(IN-09): Baron Hill
(FL-13): Christine Jennings
(FL-16): Tim Mahoney
(FL-22): Ron Klein
(KY-03): John Yarmuth
(NC-01): Heath Shuler
(MN-06): Patty Wetterling
(NM-01): Patricia Madrid
(NY-20): Kirsten Gillibrand
(NY-24): Michael Arcuri
(NY-26): Jack Davis
(OH-15): Mary Jo Kilroy
(OH-18): Zack Space
(PA-06): Lois Murphy
(PA-08): Patrick Murphy
(PA-07): Joe Sestak
(PA-10): Chris Carney
(VA-02): Phil Kellam
(WI-08): Steve Kagen
Democrats are opening their mouths and people are listening – the polls have reversed direction in ways that Howard Dean won’t enjoy.
Google is getting into politics officially. The company founders and 98% of employees are MoveOn.org members, to give some context…
This week’s Gregg Easterbrook NFL roundup includes a plug for the awesome Friday Night Lights TV series. FWIW, neither the movie nor the series are “about bashing football”. The book, while a classic example of what Jonah Goldberg calls “the exotic travelogue style” frequently employed by media elites in flyover country, also is not about bashing football, although it does smack around the residents of Odessa, TX quite a bit.
UPDATE: and here’s this week’s reader feedback, which includes references to Iran and Israel. Really.
 “They actually vote for Republicans” was used in the book as an example of how strange the people were. I kid you not.