Saturday, May 15, 2010
My summer reading table in beginning to stack up. Two books came in this week that I had ordered: Laura Bush's book, and Seal of Honor. I picked up Red Helmet by Homer Hickam off a bargain table this week for $5. Hickam, you know, wrote Rocket Boys and the Coalwood series which is a favorite of mine. So I thought I'd give his fiction a try. I'm about halfway through The Manchurian President right now.
On to the links:
Tuesday's special election in PA-12 is just around the corner and Stacy McCain is all over it. He's got tons of photos of the rally with Scott Brown Friday. And check this post out for the extent of Stacy's coverage.
The Daley Gator admires Chris Christie's outspokeness. Bob Belvedere is also a fan.
Doug Ross posts on the latest payoff to teacher's unions. It's only $23 billion - what's the big deal?! Heh. We have "plenty of money" someone recently told me.
Heinz caves in to the salt police, as per Left Coast Rebel. No matter to me - I never, ever buy Heinz if I can help it. But, I'm thinking it might be time to start stockpiling salt like I do light bulbs.
Pundette has an IN YOUR FACE moment of the day for you; the ground zero mosque is set to open 9/11/2011. WTF?!
Bride of Rove makes a nice correlation between Miami and Arizona and enlightens Glenn Beck on Johnny Appleseed.
Gateway Pundit removes all doubt that Woody Allen is a loon.
Pirate's Cove has a post on Obama's proposed delay in terror suspect hearings.
Professor Jacobson is keeping up with his law school classmates and I don't think he wants to adopt a cat (a reference I can't link to because he cunningly put it in his sidebar!).
Troglopundit notes that Katherine Hepburn gets her own stamp.
Thanks to No Sheeples Here for the reminder that today is Armed Forces Day.
Ruby Slippers concludes that since Elena Kagan's thesis and grades are online we should also get to see Obama's. Silly girl!
Reganite Republican notes how difficult it is to delete a Facebook account and points out some security concerns as well.
Donald Douglas picks up on my post about the upcoming Machete film. There's been a problem with the trailer being pulled from YouTube so you have to search around to for another version if the clip doesn't work. But find one. You need to see this.
Headline of the Day Award to Jimmie Bise at The Sundries Shack. They Will Doink Doink No More Forever.
That'll about do me for now. It's creeping on 11 a.m. and even though I'm shooting for a lazy Saturday I should probably shower and dress. People sort of expect that.
(Photo credit by Rachel at The View From Here)