Things that caught my brain today — and Open Thread *UPDATED*

I have deadline work today, so won’t be able to blog for a while.  ‘Til then, I was impressed with these morning reads:

The Post-Gracious President, which focuses on Obama’s ongoing battle against the now long-departed President Bush.  I think Obama is a singularly unpleasant person, as I’ve blogged before, and as is demonstrated by his ghetto boasting and slanging and his attacks on those who hurt his sensibilities (e.g., Fox), so I also think this article hits the nail on the head.

Obama Taking Us On Path to Fascism, the title of which is self-explanatory.  Fortunately, but sadly, the essay has a lot of facts to support that title.  Thomas Sowell, not surprisingly, has noticed the same trend.

Democrats’ Policies Based on Dogma, Hopes, Dreams, But Not Realty, which talks about the liberal religion that enshrines government

Bawney Fwank, in a few seconds, explaining his “religion” and revealing his fascism.

And, on a lighter note, it looks as if there’s a wonderful new biography of Louisa May Alcott out there.  I’ve already reserved my copy at the library.

Even as Bret Stephens scoffs at global warming, and Americans lose that glow, the AP earnestly assures us that statisticians know that global warming is real.  Will the real climate change theory please stand up?

UPDATE(S)Media catches on to the Bush/Obama double-standard.

A matched set on the swine flu:  AJ Strata about manipulation to denigrate American health care and Power Line on the real failure.