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Rounded up Nov. 3, 2008

In Uncategorized on November 3, 2008 at 4:15 pm

Obama vs jobs. (hat tip: Peter Lawler)

Obama promises to bankrupt coal industry.

A coal miner’s daughter puts faces to his target. (hat tip: Mommy Life)

Palin promises McCain support for clean coal and energy independence.

The Catholic vote in PA and Ohio (and the Democrats’ contempt for small town and rural America).

Richard Adams looks at The Political Character of Obama.

Obama has said he plans to ask Britain to send more troops to Afghanistan – but, there might be objections from terrorists. (Not necessarily the terrorists you might think.)

How the world will love us. (Or: Being on the menu is not a good place to be.)

Rounded up Oct. 23, 2008

In Uncategorized on October 23, 2008 at 3:00 pm

I’ve been busy rounding up news and views over at Ladies for Life. If you know of a pro-life lady who would like to be added to the blogroll, please have her read the Oct. 9 posts. Her blog doesn’t need to discuss pro-life issues, it just has to be hosted or co-hosted by a pro-life lady.

At Hey Plumber Joe: Been There, Done That (American Thinker, Oct. 17, 2008), C. Edmund Wright explains a few things the Left doesn’t seem to understand about running a small business. (via CM, Children and Lots of Grace)

From Bookworm Room, “Some thoughts to carry with you.” (Among them, “The state has no conscience.”)

Also from Bookworm Room, the last half of the post to be filed under the ‘Funny Only If It Doesn’t Really Happen’ heading, “Long hidden species carefully emerges from hiding,” takes a look at the possible future from the perspective of a conservative living in a particularly non-conservative part of California.

If you missed Joe Biden promising an international crisis if Sen. Obama becomes president, Cal Thomas has it covered, with commentary.

Were you taught that Americans on the left and Americans on the right had the same goals, and only differed in their ideas on how to get there? I was. And for a long time I believed it. But Dennis Prager has concluded that simply isn’t so, and I think I have to agree with him.

India has launched its first moon mission. In the article, it says that Japan and China sent probes to the moon last year. If everything goes as planned, India will become the fourth nation with a flag there, joining the US, Russia, and Japan, the article further says. (I’m a bit behind on space news, obviously.)