Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Rule 5 Sunday Detox Link Up

The events being so depressing, it's time for some uplift. It's also time for this "blog hermit" to get out of those 1920s digital newsclippings and do some serious linkin - with some detoxifying uplifts added!
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Adrienne shows us some apostasy going on with 'Catholic' Sebelius pushing the free birth control. The Elites have always wanted a smaller herd of evolved primates to manage.

Beach Birdie tells of her experience with a multinational corporation. This is what happens when you don't have competition!

Quite Rightly asks where are the real Obama supporters?

Bunkerville exposes RINOS Christie and Romney telling us that the "science" of global warming is settled for them. ha

Red at Caught him with a Corndog has a "tit"ilating post up.

Common Cents has Obama's presidency statistics up.

Conservative Pup has a tribute up for Sarah Palin and what her future may hold.

Jim at Conservative on Fire, is taking on the commies in recent days, this post deals with our socialist president gathering all the wingnuts onto one bolt.

Cooridinated Illumination has an assortment of quotes, videos and pics relevant to our national situation.

At Don't Tread on Us, Trestin has begun podcasting! This week's installment, Public Education and Karl Marx.

Flyover Pilgrim has a link to the column, Throwaway People, which I first read at Adrienne's. It's a testament to our society which has exchanged human beings for human resources.

Freedom by the Way is cluing us into the dangers of Onstar. Big brother is watching you.

The writers at GoldmanSachs666 have a different take on the Wall Street protests than the average conservative response. These people used to work on Wall St and in the mortgage industry, but hey, what do they know?

Maggie is working fast and furious to cover the ongoing case of guns growing legs and walking into the hands of Drug Cartels. Those who follow the War on Drugs and the government's involvement won't be too shocked.

The Mind Numbed Robot tackles the Mother of All Conspiracies. Welcome to the party!

At Nonsensible Shoes, we have the low-down on conservative Canadian politics.

Mary at North Face Search links to an interesting article about reopening some Nazi cases in Germany. Maybe they should read Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler for some tips.

Cranky at Six Meat Buffet, says We're from the Government, and were here to help -ourselves! bwahaha.

Something You Might Like gives you a quick run-down on Keynesian economics and a Henry Hazlitt lesson.

The Classic Liberal illustrates how the media picks our candidates for us, thus allowing the march to totalitarianism to occur unfettered as we switch out between liberals and RINOs each election.

Stacy McCain has The Herman Cain story. Ya'll know I'm no supporter of the Former Fed official, TARP supporter, Romney supporter, etc. But, hey, to each their own.

The Right Way has a lot fun, happy videos up, so enjoy.

Terry at Thought and Freedom is leaving the Republican Party. There's a lot of us who are going to be right behind you, bud.

In Tennessee, we know that the real enemy is the Federal Reserve Banking Cartel, the Tennessee Sons of Liberty have some pics of freedom-lovers interjecting this fact to the discussion.

There's a reason why Vox Day bills himself as an award winning cruelty artist - here and here. Of course everything he says is completely true, making it that much more biting.

Col. Bunny at Washington Rebel discusses Crony Capitalism, a term I think paints too soft a picture.

Cindy at Get Along Home has a great post on The Economy of Children. Bottom line: children aren't "expensive" in a home where Jesus is Lord - He just keeps providing!

Kelly at Generation Cedar gives us encouragement on housework  and how it is Kingdom work!

Sentry Journal has a great post on the crisis state of mind: Emergencies begat Emergencies.

Silverfiddle at Western Hero takes on the Occupiers.

Always on Watch points out the wastefulness of Obama's kids as paid staff.

My best commenter Kid at Diary of a Right Wing Pussycat tells you the score on the Wall St. protests.

Now, I'm not going to go all-out this Sunday and put up a sermon, but share with you a discussion with Bob Dewaay, pastor of Twin City Fellowship in St. Paul. I love Pastor Dewaay because like me, he graduated from a chemical engineering program just to be called to do something else. If you're disgusted with the sorry excuse of the modern church, Pastor Bob's here to tell you that you're not alone and you're not crazy. Here is: Redefining Christianity, Part 13 - How the Purpose Driven Franchise Changes the Nature of Christian Ministry. Check out the rest of the parts if interested.

Here's the link, if this isn't working for you as it isn't for me right now.

Reaganite Republican has some pictures of Central Planning in action.

Teresa's America shares the humor of Mitt Romney's political contortions.

The Country Thinker has a piece on how lawsuits are destroying our kids ability to play. I say amen.

Fuzzy Logic asks the question, Are we really awake?

As it is written, For thy sake we are killed all the day long; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughter. Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us. For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.                                                                                             --Romans 8: 36-39 


  1. Thanks for the link!

  2. Thank you for the link!

    Linked Ya -

    Have a wonderful Sunday!

  3. Two things. 1) Thanks for the link! and 2) You hadn't left the Republican Party yet? I haven't either, but only because Ron Paul is still a Republican. ;0)

  4. Thanks for the link RepMom, got you on my RR blogroll and in "Hot Topics" today

    Enjoy your day


  5. Thanks for the compliment RM ! :)


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