Monday, April 29, 2013


Things around the web I found interesting today:

A Cop's Watch introduces you to PFC Chesty IX,  the newest Marine.

Legal Insurrection on why it is a waste of time to read Politico anymore.

Ann Althouse has some interesting observations from Meet the Press.

The Foundry on Obama's address to Planned Parenthood.  I didn't actually realize that Obama is the first sitting president to address this organization that is responsible for 1 in 4 abortions, but I'm not surprised.

Babalu blog reports on the Cuban prison system; I don't think that was on Beyonce and Jay Z's itinerary.

Doug Ross wants Marco Rubio to know that amnesty is not the answer.  Michelle Malkin also schools Rubio on why the Gang of 8 proposal can't work.

Right on the Left Coast looks at one of the two major companies competing for your Common Core testing dollars.

The Other McCain has an interesting post on Syria - much shorter than the 1,400 word NYT article he references.

Libertarian Republican reports that Sir Winston Churchill will be featured on a new bank note.

Adrienne has a nifty recipe for Spam & Egg breakfast special!  Oh and I liked the Rep. Trey Gowdy video clip on Benghazi; I happened to catch him on Fox this morning also, and I hope he continues on with his push to uncover Benghazi.

Yankee Phil has just blown my diet:  Twinkies are coming back!  I actually like the banana flavored ones.

Fausta points out that the border between Mexico and the United States is not the only immigration problem we should be concerned about.

If you're not keeping up with the Gosnell trial, Pundette is doing the dirty work for you.  It's awful.

Critical Narrative reports on America's growing underground economy.

And finally, here is four minutes of Phil Robertson talking about the importance of family and his new book.

(Photo:  Melrose Plantation, March 2013)


Adrienne said...

Thanks for the linky love. Fried Spam sandwiches don't quite rank up their with boudin.

Since you insist on reminding me of how much I miss having some, I've decided to order it from Cajun Grocer.

Pat Austin said...

I'm a addicted to boudin balls!! Lordy!,

yukio ngaby said...

Oops. A bit late, but thanks for the link!