Today's Full Metal Jacket Reach Around goes to out to Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. We'll probably have more feedback by next week on our postings, but, until then, Willkommen zum Gemeindeorganizerreich. (Welcome to community organizer land.)
This blog took an offbeat interest in the whole Crowley-quiddic affair up at Harvard.
- Bill Quick, the Daily Pundit, got into a comments discussion with Stacy on one post.
- Right View from the Left Coast
be volunteerin'volunteers to go to Hahvuhd to help regulate.
- Linked by the pleasantly styled Politics Across the Pond.
- Chad, at the KURU lounge, laments that he doesn't have invitations either, much less readers. Sad lad.
- Jimmie at the Sundries Shack responds to Stacy's chopped liver rating
Heck, man. I don’t even get on the same plate as chopped liver.to which the Porch Manqué replies: I'd be happy just to get near the table.
- Michelle Malkin included it as the first link on a post. Let that be a lesson in Applied Grovelling to us all.
- Ole Phil at Cyber Storm included it in a rhythm poetry roundup.
- Rightofcourse links us in Health care that doesn’t care about your health. It's the incentive to get elected and join the elite.
- The Amused Cynic liked the characterization of Barack's style, also gets a HEH:"I don't know all the facts..." but opposing my Health Care non-plan is stupid...
- Monique Stewart is in favor of running out the clock.
- The Michigan Blogger links us amidst a depressing portrait of that state.
- The Constant Conservative, our South Dakota connection, concurs wholeheartedly with the NEA analogy.
- Rhetorican linked us in a roundup, using the title "No Sleep Till Waterloo". An obscure FMJRA rule requires us to throw in a clip from No Sleep 'til Hammersmith. Hey, I just create the rules: I don't understand them, as with the 111th Congress
- Pundette linked the eugenics post, but offered a fine palate cleanser for it all. Pundette also suggested a promotion for the Porch Manqué, but, truth be told, the ultra-minimalist arrangement is totally a feature. Stacy McCain is a no-kidding pro putting food on the table. So consider the tip jar in its infinite lonliness, ye people.
- Bob at The Camp of the Saints links us, Dr. Helen, and Jimmie Bise, which is great company, indeed.
IG-Quiddick, the little scandal that could, continues to have interest. The fact that it's stayed out of the media could imply that they don't want to jeopardize anything, or that there is significant effort spent to keep it buried. A third possibility is that there's not much substance to it, but that doesn't explain the rotting stench very well.
- Lead and Gold noted that Stacy McCain has even written a book on corruption within the Democratic Party.
- The Rhetorican remains reliable.
- Chad at KURU broadcasts us.
- His Instapunditry also supports the effort.
- Paco, in a roundup, approves the moniker.
- Pundette links us, noting that Walpin is filing suit to be reinstated.
- Jimmie at the Sundries Shack sees another shoe dropping.
- Sir Bob of Belvedere continues to link to Stacy's reporting at an impressive frequency. Thank you very much for the support, Bob.
Seen from the standpoint where the US is a tub, power is water, and Washington, DC is the drain, Ron Paul is quite valuable as a rubber ducky for tracking the drainage.
- Troglopundit went scatalogical on Ron.
- The Instapundit confesses that the metaphor had not occurred to him.
Robert Heinlein: In a family argument, if it turns out you are right -- apologize at once!
- Donald Douglas was, eventually, correct concerning the newsworthiness of the crime in the Erin Andrews case. This blog linked to his initial post last Sunday, mocking the title, without bothering to see what the fuss was all about.
- Carolyn Tackett had a humorous take on it.
- Daily Gator agrees that is was a sick trick to pull.
The various female readers seem to be getting bored with the whole concept of Rule 5 Sunday. Possibly the Erin Andrews Incident was when it jumped the shark. It's certainly fun to construct, and we'll likely keep it going, slaves to the hit counter that we are. If we can now return to our ditzy sophomoric mode, that would be cool.
<elvis_voice>Thank you, thank you very much</elvis_voice>
Those who gave us shouts for crossing the two mega-click threshold.
Stacy alluded to a famous, but new to me, [NSFW] rant, pursuant to the discussion of when you pull the plug on an electoral loser. Specifically, his cousin:
- Melissa Clouthier mentions Stacy in her podcast. "Conservatives, Libertarians, Health Care & The Sex Lives Of Republicans"
- Below the Beltway responds to Melissa Clouthier's Barr voter bashing, mentioning the illustrious Stacy McCain, of course.
- Common Sense Political Thought also raised the Barr question. Isn't it rather moot? Crappy candidates==crappy elections.
- Political Byline isn't buying the no morals argument.
- Carolyn Tackett does not support Melissa Clouthier's position on voting Barr.
- The Poli-Tea Party also defended Stacy.
- The Instapundit linked it, too.
- Liberty Pundit isn't buying the guilt trip, either.
This blog reviewed Levin's demolition of a review of his book. I'm slightly vague on how the left can be so intellectually dishonest so consistently without a head 'splosion.
- Chapomatic hatt-tipped the Mark Levin post.
- E.D. Kain at the League of Ordinary Gentlemen hat tips us for the Levin pointer.
What a disgrace to the First Amendment.
- Monique notices that Chris Matthews is an idiot, and deploys interns to bask in the idiocy.
- Dyspesian Generation buys the Chris Matthews diagnosis.
- The Classic Liberal has an excellent meditation on the consequences of elctions. He linked this blog about how some on the right are as useful as a chocolate teapot.
- Dustbury picked up the Yglesias post concerning metrosexuals, but I'm curious if he found Jaded Heaven from this post.
- NOVA Town Hall links us a seriuos blog while noting the POTUS free fall.
- The Troglopundit is geographically challenged.
- America's Future has several book review pointers, including back to this blog's touting of Michelle Malkin's new tome.
- Political Castaway gives us props for touting Cato's new ads.
- Joe at NOVA Town Hall dubs Stacy the new majordomo of DC blogs.
- Paco rogers up for the Federalism post.
- Jimmie wonders, too, how many jobs created or saved went to lobbyists.
- The Cranky Conservative agrees with the DC Driving post, at length, and in detail.
- Pat in Shreveport links Stacy's AmSpec article about whether or not the POTUS remembers that these United States form a center-right nation. Oh, he does, he does. What, after all, is the target of Change?
- The Daley Gator is ecstatic to have made the headlines.
- Moe Lane linked the Postal Unions story.
- Dan Riehl offers a colorful Mattera example of asking for civil service from civil servants.
- Troglopundits don't know much about orangutans, but they do link us, so that's kinda cool.
- The Right Guy links the Fourth Branch of Government post while flogging the Des Moines Register. Bummer, DMR.
- Fishersville Mike had a backronymmed roundup of the sort we appreciate.