Here's what's happening with some of our blogger buddies:
La Shawn Barber is on a tear
about the apology the Senate issued for not enacting anti-lynching legislation. I'm generally opposed to people apologizing for things they personally didn't do. If Bill Clinton wants to apologize for dragging the country through the Monica mess, that's one thing; if he wants to apologize for slavery, it's another.
Rick Moran over at Right Wing Nuthouse says nice try
to the folks pushing the Downing Street Memo:Like Bullwinkle’s magician tricks, they keep coming up empty. (“Sorry…wrong hat!”)
Professor Shade talks about the latest stunt the anti-gas people
Tim Worstall has some nice things
to say about Paul Krugman and Brad DeLong over at the Globalization Institute.
Kitty's been doing a lot of book-blogging lately. She covers Mark Fuhrman's upcoming book about Terry Schiavo
, and a detective book
set in polygamy country.