Saturday, May 28, 2005

Things You Shouldn't Miss...

Redleg has posted some great pics of Rummy's visit to Ft. Bragg and some of his boys in Afghanistan. These are great pics and well worth the visit. Go check them out!

Punkrock Mommy's blog is back up and running! Welcome Back! You should take a trip over there and see the great pics she posted of her, Desult and the mini-firecracker at the Air Show last weekend! See the pics!

Tammi is also back --so go check out the new location and say welcome back to one of my favorite blog-girls! Tammi's World...

La Shawn Barber had THIS STORY linked. It's by a man describing his feelings of being over 30 and single. A great read -and enlightening. There is a line in it that I absolutely love, but I'll wait and see if anyone else mentions it... She also has This Post up that's just downright creepy.

There is a new addition in the sidebar under VITAL LINKS...Media Slander. You have to check this out if you haven't already! Beware to the MSM that claims to have no left bias, Bill Roggio (The Fourth Rail), Blackfive, Brian Scott (Blue State Conservatives), Kevin Craver (Rathergate), LaShawn Barber, Lorie Byrd (PoliPundit), Mike Krempasky (, Rodger Morrow (This Isn't Writing, It's Typing...), USMC_Vet (The Word Unheard) and Winds Of Change.NET have teamed up to expose you! This promises to be the rights answer to 'Media Matters' and all those other Bash-Fox organizations popping up all over.
Mission Statement:
"The goal of Media Slander is to hold journalists and bloggers to high ethical standards regarding coverage of the War on Terror and other military-related issues. We plan to achieve this by highlighting bias, rumor and falsehoods that have been creeping into military coverage under the guise of objective news.

We by no means advocate censorship or the deliberate suppression of well-researched and relevant stories about the war and the military.

As much as journalists feel that they are the guardians of the First Amendment, its true protectors are standing watch in Iraq, Afghanistan and places no one will ever hear about. Journalists owe it to the true gatekeepers of our liberties to be fair, balanced, relevant and accurate in covering them.

The entire staff of (source)

This should keep you busy for a while...

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