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Catching up

Catching up

Readers have been sending me great links, but the Politico Hunt for Herman distracted me the past few days (that was Politico’s plan, of course, because there’s only one of me and lots of them).

So now I’ll start catching up, in no particular order:

From LukeHandCool, this link to a story about the rise in anti-semitism and anti-semitic violence in the wake of the Occupy protests.

From Tom, this story about school children being taken on tours of protests at the Wisconsin state capitol, Fourth-graders become part of political protest in Capitol Rotunda.

Pat at And So It Goes In Shreveport wrote an article at The American Thinker about conservative disappointment with Bobby Jindal.

Patrick sent a YouTube link to a song he wrote, Stand with Israel.

Blanche Lincoln is not happy with The One.  Too late.

Zach sent a link to a pathetic Think Progress article bragging about an al-Jazeera hit job on the Koch brothers.

John sent a link to an NRO article about the concerted effort from Think Progress and others to demonize Walid Phares, an advisor to Mitt Romney on Middle East affairs.

What else did I miss in during my obsession with Politico’s obsession with Herman Cain?


Benny sends a link to an article about how James Clyburn (D-SC) is using his position on the super-committed to pump up his fundraising.

Alex sends a link to a story about how a Saudi Prince is offering big bucks for the capture of another Israeli soldier.

Over at Israel Matzav, reports of another big Israeli offshore natural gas find.


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well there was a non-sex scandal 🙂 🙂

then there is this

California Reagan Statue Damaged in Attempted Heist
Posted by Jim Hoft on Sunday, November 6, 2011, 4:01 PM

I know the mantra on straw polls but Newt in second …can’t hurt

Herman Cain wins South Dakota Straw Poll (Cain 35%, Gingrich 23%, Romney 20%, Perry 7%)
Sunday, November 06, 2011 6:49:26 PM · by justsaynomore · 31 replies

In other news the Obama administration has borrowed $500 million dollars in bonds for the construction of sustainable living bridges to replace aged bridge infrastructure across the US.