Saturday, August 27, 2005

Weekend Round-Up

It's avalaible online, in pdf, the August iussue of "The New Libertarian". Click here to download the past iussues. Paul Krugman is not only biased and unfair. He's also out of luck, because he crossed Patterico on his way. Sami Al-Arian, the terrorist professor: at FrontPage Magazine (via PowerLine). Expert diagnonis on anti-war left: at The American Daily, via My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy. At Hugh Hewitt's blog, a round-up of reactions to the astounding work in Iraq of Michael Yon. Only few hours to The Grand Old Portal launch (via Musing Minds). Associated Press criticizes Bush (via Wizbang!) for travelling by airplane too often, increasing America's oil dependency. Independent Sources makes the math. According to the New York Sun, Evan Montvel Cohen, former Air America's financial manager, is missing. In the meanwhile, Michelle Malkin and Brian Maloney continue to investigate on the scandal that exposed the deep hypocrisy of American Left. Again by Michelle Malkin, the incredibile story of an anti-war hoax. Captain's Quarters wonders how long the Washington Post will take to announce its opposition to the nomination of John Roberts for the Supreme Court. Disturbing disclosures by Hyscience about Terri Schiavo's case. Morning Jawa and Common Folks Using Common Sense (via The Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler) ponder on Cindy Sheehan and comrades. Read and take notes. By Wizbang! the last madness of anti-tobacco crusade. How to make a trackback without installing trackbacks. A Rasmussen Report's poll shows that only 12% of Americans believe that withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq will stop terror attacks. Republicans and Independents have no doubts. Democrats are splitted. Michael Crowley at The New Republic (via Andrew Sullivan) explains how mp3-revolution saved us from "Rock Snobs". (italian version)

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