Friday Morning Linkslide

You know how we’re always hearing about species being rendered extinct left and right, willy-nilly, etc.? Yeah, about that.

The Heritage Foundation speaks of Middle Eastern freedom, and how economic freedom is what the region (and everyone else, including America) needs. “As empirically demonstrated in The Heritage Foundation’s Index of Economic Freedom, economic freedom is the compelling force that empowers people, unleashes powerful forces of societal change, and gives nourishment to other liberties.” thuggery, captured on film. Warning: bad language, and immature behavior, at the link. But I thought it was the vicious Tea Party/right wingers who were always doing this stuff.

Patterico’s Pontifications asks if Rick Perry is contemplating a White House bid. Perry wouldn’t be a bad choice, but I’m still on the Herman Cain Train. (More on a 2012 Cain run later.)

Coming on the heels of Bill Clinton’s call for a government agency to correct misinformation and rumors on the Internet, here’s a Democrat representative who wants to ban critical media.

More on the NLRB’s union-friendly, non-right-to-work-state hostile, Chicago-style politics regarding Boeing’s new facility in South Carolina. “You wanna know how to get Charleston? They pull a knife, you pull a government order. He sends one of yours to the hospital, you send one of his to the morgue. *That’s* the *Chicago* way!”

Washington State has been accused of complicity in the crime of capitalism. They want to ship coal to China. Green forces say no. I’ll say it again: If you’re really a committed green person, and you haven’t committed suicide yet, you’re a hypocrite.

People’s Press Collective presents reasons Elena Kagan should recuse herself from any Supreme Court hearings on Obamacare. Color me cynical, but I don’t think it’ll happen. It should, but it won’t.

While Pres. Obama lies about our southern border’s safety, and sets up straw men about moats and alligators, Mexican drug cartels have set up stations to monitor police while drugs are shipped into America.

Remember how U.S. involvement in Libya, which Pres. Obama began without consulting Congress, and which he said would be a matter of “days, not weeks”? It’s been almost 60 days, and not only is there no sign of U.S. involvement ending, but Pres. Obama appears to be ready to spit in the face of the War Powers Act.


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