There was so much news this week while many of us were preoccupied with the coming Christmas celebration. Most of it I would like to forget, in the hope that we will start over on January 5th when the new Congress is sworn in. Having said that, I have a few Christmas articles I think you will really like, as well as info on a pilot who blew “the whistle” on the TSA and the unfortunate events that followed, a video on the promise of the internet that will begin a slow death with net neutrality, and a few examples of the abhorrent way Congress is spending our money (examples you probably haven’t heard about).
John Carey at this new blog home Sentry Journal, has written a spot-on political ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.’ It’s a keeper. You might want to bookmark it for next year.
The Lonely Conservative has the Union caroling – full of bah-humbugs and messages to the “wealthy.”
Can you believe someone in the Halls of Congress is apologizing to Santa for global warming? You want to know who, right? Read it at Creative Minority Report.
Take a look at the beautiful Montana countryside on a drive from Ennis to Bozeman. Listen to Bing Crosby’s Silver Bells along the way. My friend David Lemon makes the most beautiful videos of his beautiful home state.
The Daley Gator has the story of Saint Nicholas and the Origin of Santa Claus
Doug Ross has the 12 Days of a Redneck Christmas. Sure to make you smile.
Donald Douglas at American Power has a video explaining the Internet and what we will lose with the Democrat infiltration of it.
Bungalow Bill’s Conservative Wisdom has the story of a pilot whistleblower now under attack by the TSA. Do you wonder about security for the ground crew? Appears there is none. The pilot’s house was raided by the Feds. they specifically wanted to confiscate something…can you guess what? This is a story you want to know, because as Bungalow Bills says, it has never been about security, it’s about killing our Constitutional Rights.
The Conservative Lady asks if the upkeep for an unused monkey house is worth $175 million of taxpayer’s money. How about “Free” Grateful Dead Archives,” costing $615,000? Want to pay almost a million dollars for poems in zoos? Neither do I. There’s more. Read it at The Conservative Lady.
Linked by Pirate’s Cove. Thanks William!