If this is supposed to be a day of rest, why am I so busy? Whatever, here are some links to keep you entertained.
Judicial Imperialism Watch: A Montana judge declares assisted suicide legal, because, well… We put down our dogs when they’re sick, don’t we? What was that thing about the legislature making laws? Never mind…. (via Blue Crab Boulevard)
Human Slime Watch: The New York Times, in a quest to prove it can always go lower, gives former-yet-proud terrorist William Ayers space for
a self-pitying piece of propaganda an article purporting to show the real Bill Ayers. Yeah, and Walter Duranty told the truth, too. (Links here, here, here, here, and especially here.)
Good News Watch: Corrupt Louisiana politician (but I repeat myself) William "Cold Cash" Jefferson has lost his bid for reelection, falling to a challenge from Republican Anh "Joseph" Cao. Guess all that money in the freezer didn’t help, eh Bill?
Worst ex-President Watch: Jimmy Carter is kissing up to dictators — again. Is it too much to hope he’ll move to Montana to take advantage of the opportunities there?
2010 Watch: Michael Barone thinks Jeb Bush should run for Mel Martinez’s Senate seat. I agree. Meanwhile, California may finally have a serious candidate to take on Senator Barbara Boxer (D-Moron). We’ll keep an eye on this one.
Islamic Terrorism Watch: The religious maniacs who massacred hundreds in Mumbai last month definitely came from Pakistan. Secretary of State Rice piles on, while evidence comes to light that the killers had help inside India.
Too Cute For Words Watch: A little three-year old girl gets her fondest wish for Christmas. If you’re not reaching for a hanky at the end of this, you ain’t human. (More here.)
See you later!