put's Black Friday in its proper place.
Always on Watch is observes the turning worm
, Chris Matthews.
Quite Rightly highlights the neurosurgeon interview
wherein we are no longer people, but units. Nice, huh?
At Bunkerville, we some beautiful pictures of Salt Flats
And Carol shows us in few words
why the US military won't be winning any wars with God's blessing.
Red says HR: What's it good for? Nuthin
' Maybe she didn't hear how we're referred to as units now. Unit Resources - UR Screwed!
At Common Cents, we're having a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.
The Conservative Pup explains Socialism for thee, but not for me
Jim at Conservatives on Fire hasn't posted in a few days due to loss of vision
. Please pray that he regains vision in his one working eye.
At Coordinated Illumination, a very good piece on Why We Carry Guns
Trestin says he'll be posting again next week at Don't Tread on Us
Flyover Pilgrim has a biography of Alexander Nevsky
, the subject of a movie from the 30s I've actually seen.
At Freedom By the Way, the grim reality of the Patriot Act
looms large and the massive cognitive dissonance that so many people have regarding it is disturbing.
At GoldmanSachs666, your source of info for all things Goldman, we have a nice article on how cozy Goldman is with our dear leaders.
I'll give you just a snippet:
According to research by the Center for Responsive Politics, 19 current members of Congress reported holdings in Goldman Sachs during 2010. Whether by coincidence or not, most of these 19 Goldman Sachs investors in Congress are more powerful or more wealthy than their peers, or both.
Nine of them sit on either the most powerful committee in their chamber or committees charged with regulating the Wall Street giant. Moreover, seven of them are among the 25 wealthiest members of their respective chambers, according to the Center's research.
I'll not drop any names
, but to say that you may
have heard of
some them before:))
Paul Ryan -oh say it ain't so!
I Own the World is reporting on cheap Chinese junk extends to their airlines as well.
Maggie has the story of how the Pilgrims
turned from socialism to capitalism after epic resource failure.
Mind Numbed Robot has the Obama presidency by the numbers.
Although, students of this blog should know by now that no one president sets the agenda, but that for decades, an oligarchy has been marching steadily forward with the same agenda. Ex. Dept. of Ed.
At Nonsensible Shoes, we're reminded what a godless piece of work
we have in the White House.
Mary at North Face Search
, relates how our government sides with Muslims over Christians. We see this happening over and over and yet saying because there are Muslims, we have to hand over our civil liberties. Destabilization, pure and simple.
Eddie Howell at Something You Might Like
gives his impressions of the GOP candidates.
The Classic Liberal highlights how Ron Paul handles Occupiers.
Smitty at The Other McCain speaks on how the States
are forced into an untenable position and then blamed for it by the same Feds.
At The Right Way
, you'll find Sea Stories, a first hand account of being in the 1982 Navy.
Cantons as a New Way to Distribute Power is the topic at Thought and Freedom.
When I first read that, I thought of playing Morrowind and being trapped in the "cantons' of Vivec City. Interesting ideas at play here. Love to think about things in new ways -keeps the bean from getting stale.
The Tennessee Sons of Liberty gives you a Ron Paul Thanksgiving.
TL Davis delves into the Degrees of Self Delusion
. Readers of this blog know that while the useful idiots are deluded, the Elites have their own designs.
Cindy gives you five reason that five kids are better than four
. Welcome to the majors, Cindy!
Brian at Frankenstein Government has a great fantasy piece about what if the Feds would just go away?
LD Jackson at Political Realities takes on the age-old condumdrum, Do laws reflect morality or morality reflect laws?
Silverfiddle takes on Crapitalism,
an area until recently got little notice from conservatives, but needs to be noticed by everyone.
Cheryl of My Tea Party Chronicle adapts the poem, The Spider and the Fly
, for our new age. This isn't one to read the kids at bedtime.
At The High Tide, a story of a Christian baker and a pair of dykes
. Weirdness abounds.
Amy, at Mrs. Rooster's Hen House, gives you some ideas for an All-American Christmas.
At They Say/We Say we learn about the dangers of Crying Wolf.
Liberty Belle has a piece on Biblical male and female
relationships - not it's not that
kind of post.
This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all. If we say that we have fellowship with him, and walk in darkness, we lie, and do not the truth: But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth us from all sin. If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.
I John 5-10