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Teeing it Up: A Round at the LINKs

Well it’s back to cold weather here.  We had somewhat of a mini-blizzard on Thursday that made for some fun driving.  Anyway this week’s theme is dedicated to Wisconsin and their beautiful golf courses.  With all the union ugliness in Wisconsin these days I thought it would be a nice change to show you some of state’s beauty.  A quick recap on the week; we saw union thugs and misguided teachers along with anarchists and communists protesting the Wisconsin governor for trying to get his state’s fiscal house in order and save 5,500 public sector jobs.  We had a President decide to be a community organizer and inject his opinion into the Wisconsin protest.  His opinion just happen to fall on the side of the unions.  And  finally we had establishment Republicans throw some smoke and mirrors at us and try to convince us that $60 billion was actually the $100 billion they pledged to cut.  It was indeed a very active week.  The blogs were just as active, doing the job of the MSM.  Below are some great links to some of my favorite posts.  So tee it up and enjoy a round at the LINKs Wisconsin style..

Allied Liberty News: Camelot, before and after..were we right?

American Perspective: White House won’t testify at stimulus hearings

America’s Watchtower: Barack Obama interferes in the Wisconsin union/budget battle

ARRA News Service: Why Bahrain Matters To the United States

Blog de King Shamus: Democrats: Chickens Playing Chicken

Bread upon the Waters: Obama Administration to Judge Vinson: We Can’t Read

BUNKERVILLE: U.S losing control of its Financial System to others

Capitol Commentary: More Government Interference in the Automobile Industry

COMMON CENTS: Video: Reports on Fake Doctor’s Notes being handed out at Madison, WI Rally

Conservative Hideout: Fascist Friday: Some Thoughts on the Wisconsin Union Protests

Conservatives On Fire: Has the EPA Become Just Another Environmental Activist Group?

Eastern Right: God crosses “Smite Berkeley” off His list

EYE OF POLYPHEMUS: Wisconsin Protests Speak Volumes About Democrats

Forgotten Liberty: Poll on Labor Unions

Fleece Me: Where does power lie in our government?

Gorges’ Grouse: Golden-Hearted Whore

Innominatus: Why Corvallis drives me nuts

Maggie’s Notebook: Wisconsin Revolutionary Communists Join Madison Protests Video

Manhattan Infidel: The Democratic Party’s Response to the Declaration of Independence

Mind Numb Robot: Government Cheese

Motorcitytimes: CBO Says Repealing ObamaCare Will Save $1.4 Trillion

NoOneOfAnyImport’s Blog: Happy Blog-a-versary To Me!

No Sheeples: Paging Dr. Shropshire: You’re Guilty Of Theft Of State Taxpayers’ Money

Political Realities: Obama To GOP – We Need A Responsible Spending Plan

Proof Positive: You Don’t Have to be Crazy to be a Democrat – But It Helps!

rjjrdq’s America II: New Obama Budget a Disaster

SayAnything Blog: Will Minnesota See Union Protests Like Those In Wisconsin?

Spellchek: Time is running out for the dependency nation

teresamerica: Pittsburgh Union Thuggery: If You Thought Chicago Was Bad…

The Camp Of The Saints: Once Upon A Time In America

The Classic Liberal: The Naked Gatekeepers

The Conservative Pup: “Can Sarah Upstage Barack?”–You Betcha

The Country Thinker: The 800-​​Pound Gorilla that Could Squash America

The Daley Gator: *VIDEOS* Madison Wisconsin ‘Stand With Walker’ Tea Party Rally

The Lonely Conservative: FCC Still Wants to Silence Conservative Journalists

The Other McCain: Dreams of a Government Shutdown?

The Reaganite Republican: Team Obama Caught Fomenting Collective Bargaining War in Wisconsin

Trestin Meacham: HUNGER PAINS

What Would The Founders Think: A Letter to The President on The National Debt

WyBlog: Mass. Gov. Patrick Executive Order permits men and women to share public restrooms

Thanks for all the great posts.  It looks like next week will be just as active.  Have a great Sunday.

Liberty forever, freedom for all.


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