For the last two days, I haven’t been blogging much, but I’ve been collecting stuff to read and share with you. In no particular order, my collection:
Are you an old fart? I certainly am, and proud of it.
There are several expressions that cover the need to make a decision in the face of uncertainty (e.g., “Fish or cut bait.” “S*** or get off the pot.”) Bruce Kesler explains that, in the face of Obama’s panicked inertia, Israel had better fish or . . . do other stuff.
Ben Shapiro has, bar none, the best post I’ve seen explaining what Critical Race Theory is and why it should matter to those who, this year, will be given the opportunity to examine candidate Obama once again.
Even in these unhappy times (and the world is struggling), Dennis Prager reminds us that happiness is a possibility and, morally, an imperative.
I am not a birther. Really. But this one surprised me. Is Adams for real, or is he a conspiracy theorist who conveniently presented himself when the opportunity arose?
Finally. A clear, logical, comprehensive explanation for our current very high gas prices, prices that are higher in real dollars than they were during the Carter years. I’m not sure Obama has enough speechifying in him to explain this away.
The disturbing racial/eugenicist implications of unlimited abortion.
Spengler (i.e., David Goldman) has been writing for some time about the problems inherent in Muslim population decline. And no, I didn’t make a typo. Despite the proud boasts and misleading data about the way the Palestinian population explosion will inevitably overrun Israel, the fact is that the Muslim world is in decline. The MSM has finally noticed, but they’re getting the wrong message from the facts.
Here, we talk about impeachment. In Iran, they do something about it.
Please add anything you think is interesting.
UPDATE: I wasn’t planning on updating this post, but Victor Davis Hanson hit one out of the park, right into must-read territory.