We brought in the New Year very quietly around here; in fact, by midnight on New Year's Eve, I was in bed with my two dogs and reading Empire of Liberty. Yesterday we ate traditional New Year's food and watched The Winter Classic and then a little football. Did LSU play yesterday? Hmmm. Must have missed that!
My campaign to go see Glenn Miller (yes, Pundette, I know he's dead!) continues and donations have been coming in! Thank you to those gracious and generous souls who have contributed!
And so, with that, let's get on to the bright and shiny new links for the new year!
I just have to start out with The Other McCain and their new site. What a great launch they've had! Stacy and Smitty have outdone themselves and I love the new site. Best part so far? The video! Love, love it!
And don't miss Carol's review of said video! Even better!
Left Coast Rebel also likes Stacy's new site, but has a longing for the old one.
Don't forget Camp of the Saints is also on Wordpress now.
Professor Jacobson has been doing a revealing series on Martha Coakley the Attorney General of MA who is running against Scott Brown. Interesting stuff.
Bungalow Bill has a question for "little r" Republicans.
Fishersville Mike celebrates his Instalanche!
Carol at No Sheeples Here has a poll going on, and you have to click over and see her great art that goes along with it! And vote!
Ruby Slippers and Another Black Conservative wonder what David Broder's favorite Kool Aid flavor is.
Gateway Pundit slaps Obama's hand for not paying attention to terror warnings while he was packing for Hawaii.
And related, Pundette notes Obama's denial that he's in denial. And I did LOVE Pundette's year in pictures post!
Donald Douglas points to our weakened national security these days as a campaign point for the GOP.
Wyblog suggests you make plans for the future.
Erick Erickson at Red State points to what could be Obama's biggest mistake yet. This is a must read.
Troglopundit has a quiz for you. I didn't do so great.
The Sundries Shack wonders who our REAL enemies are.
Bread Upon the Waters predicts hot water for Kathleen Sebelius.
Okay, enough for now. It's a beautiful Saturday here and I should probably do something productive. Clean house. Laundry. Get outside. Play with dogs. Cook something. Read. Speaking of reading, as I mentioned earlier, I'm reading Empire of Liberty by Gordon Wood. I'm only about 100 pages into it but I'm loving it! If anyone else out there has read it, or is reading it, I'd like your thoughts.
Have a great weekend, and to all, a Happy New Year!