Sunday, January 05, 2014

As Seen Online!

Here's the Friday afternoon roundup by Daniel Greenfield at Sultan Knish.

At American Digest you can find a nice post about "Rhapsody in Blue", including the music set to a video clip about New York City.

Candy Crowley actually asked this question of Gov. Scott Walker:  “If I am an unemployed American…or if I am a minimum wage worker…why would I become a Republican?”  He should have replied, "To better myself."

Rhode Island is looking for volunteer shovelers to help the elderly and disabled.  How about paying young, healthy unemployed people to do this?

In Arab Spring news, "Al Qaeda Over Iraq.Terror group captures Fallujah after U.S. pullout." Gee, I thought Al Qaeda was on the run! That's one more thing Obama said that we simply must have "misunderstood". Also, "Bombs kill at least 19 people in Iraqi capital."  Oh well!

Congratulations to the Chargers! I always get a kick out of Philip Rivers' enthusiasm.

Al-Qaeda Largely Takes Over Fallujah and Ramadi in Iraq

- See more at: http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/al-qaeda-largely-takes-over-fallujah-and-ramadi-iraq#sthash.wCtGJMpk.dpuf

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