There's sure to be something you've missed around the blogosphere. See if you can get through these in under 80 seconds -- or 80 minutes for that matter.
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Right Thinking From The Left Coast has a follow up on men being admitted to the all female Wells College. I did a report on the initial story Dec. 10.
Captain's Quarters reports on Japan backing down from North Korea after a recent fiasco involving bones of Japanese kidnap victims being a hoax. I initially reported on Korea threatening Japan on Dec.17.
Blogs For Bush tells us that Arnold Schwarzenegger wants the Republican party to move a little more to the left.
Ace Of Spades comments on Berkley residents getting sick of tax measures and voting against higher taxes. BTW Congrats to Ace Of Spades on turning one year old.
Hyscience has the results of a Cornell Poll that say 44% in the U.S. say restrict Muslims' civil liberties.
Chad at In The Bullpen has the goods on a failed assassination plot of Kim Jong Il's son in Austria.
Rob over at Say Anything covers the story of a man having paid child support for a non-existant child. The mother "borrowed" a child to show up at a court hearing.
The Moderate Voice has the latest friend of the illegal alien smugglers -- better known as Coyotes -- casinos.
The Education Wonks cover Muslim Activist groups in Maryland demanding that all schools close for Islamic holidays. Surprisingly they play the Race and Discrimination cards.
Michelle Malkin has the weird story of "Reverse Discrimination" that reminds me a lot of that old slimey talk show host Morton Downey Jr. Speaking of Michelle, did you know that she is going to be in Playboy?
California Yankee has some excellent coverage on that U.N. Asshat who said the U.S. is stingy at giving aid. I say we withdraw aid for a full year from not only our government, but our non-profits and individual donations and see how stingy we are. I'm betting Bill Gates alone gives more than most of the world combined. Captain Ed has more on the Washington Post agreeing with the UN member. Hyscience reports that the U.N. Asshat has now backed down on his statement.
David Anderson over at In Search of Utopia has posted several chapters of his new book 32 Days that is being prepared. Go check out a few of them. Chapter: 1 2 3 4 & 5
Why are British people so Godamned depressed?
Wizbang has a post on everyone now blaming America for the Tsunami in Asia.
Julia over at Julia's Java Joint tells us how to successfully stimulate a vagina and -- with the new year approaching -- how to change your life in 365 days quite the combination of helpful information.