Hot posts: 03/28 6:40 PM

"THE MIRACLE FISH OF ALLAH" (7 links)
Michelle Malkin
I kid you not:
HUNDREDS of Muslims are descending on a Liverpool house to witness what many are calling a miracle. Two fish are causing huge excitement among the faithful, who say they are each inscribed with holy names.
Worshippers are convinced two Oscar fish
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Hot posts: 03/28 2:46 PM

Sharon Stone Suffers Psychotic Episode I (8 links)
Conservative Cat
In an interview with Liz Smith reported in today's Baltimore Sun, actress Sharon Stone went briefly insane. I think Hillary Clinton is fantastic. But I think it is too soon for her to run. This may sound odd, but a…
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Hot posts: 03/28 11:45 AM

The Senate's Illegal Immigration Ho (10 links)
Right Wing News (Conservative News and Views)
Sometimes, you just have to scratch your head and wonder what goes on in the vast empty space between the…

Yawn (7 links)
Power Line
Andrew Card resigned this morning as President Bush's Chief of Staff. It's inherently a thankless position; when is the last…
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Hot posts: 03/27 4:17 PM

WELCOME TO RECONQUISTA (9 links)
Michelle Malkin
As Mickey Kaus points out, the reporters at the Los Angeles Times (and all other major media, for that matter) have downplayed the radical ethnic separatism that characterized the pro-illegal immigration rallies over the weekend. While the Times misleadingly asserted that the Los Angeles rally “featured more American flags than those from any other country,” its reporters conveniently ignored marchers with extremist signs and banners advocating America-undermining co
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Hot posts: 03/27 1:55 PM

Scalia just gave the finger in church ye (7 links)
AMERICAblog: Because a great nation deserves the truth
UPDATE: The Boston Herald is reporting Scalia’s movement as “an obscene gesture” and a “flick of the wrist.” That still is unclear, it could have been the wrist-under-chin gesture mixed with the middle finger. Either way, it’s not really relevant. Scalia gave the “fuck you” to reporters in church right after taking communion. End of discussion.
You gotta be kidding me. This is the family values justice that Bush embraces? I’m not a Christian conservative

Hot posts: 03/27 12:30 PM

THE LYNCH MOB IS READY… (7 links)
Michelle Malkin
…to kill Abdul Rahman (via Yahoo!/Reuters):
Afghans rally during a demonstration in the northern city of Mazar-i-Shariff, Afghanistan March 27, 2006. In the first protest over the case of Afghan man, Abdur Rahman who converted from Islam to Christianity, several hundred people led by clerics demonstrated in Mazar-i-Shariff, demanding Rahman be tried under
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Hot posts: 03/27 10:27 AM

The Guillermo Fariñas blogburst (9 links)
Fausta’s blog
Today, bloggers across the world honor a brave man, Guillermo Fariñas.
Start by reading Val Prieto’s post, Let me be buried on this spot!
Many bloggers are participating on this blogburst:
Fariñas is an outlaw, and a hero In Cuba, freedom is against the law. And anyone who resists the exercise of Fidel Castro’s tyranny is an outlaw, whether they do so silently, like a majority of Cubans, or
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Let me be buried on this spot! (9 links)
Babalu Blog
Guillermo Fariñas Hernandez doesnt have any RBI's. He's hit no fastballs out of the park and he doesnt play shortstop, second base, center field or otherwise. He's never been on the pitching mound and has never struck out a soul….
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Hot posts: 03/26 6:49 PM

Scalia Claims Guantanamo Detainees Have (7 links)
Think Progress
This week, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether the special military commissions created by the Bush administration to try Guantanamo detainees violate national and international law, as human rights groups charge.
But Justice Antonin Scalia doesnt have to wait for arguments  his mind is already made up. Newsweek reports that in a controversial unpublicized March 8 speech, Scalia dismissed the idea that the detainees have rights under t

Hot posts: 03/26 4:33 PM

Rahman Freed — But Not Free (7 links)
Rhymes With Right
I think that Time gets it right here, and others may be jumping the gun in celebrating the release of Christian convert Abdul Rahman from jail. The dismissal of a case against an Afghan citizen for converting from Islam to…
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Hot posts: 03/26 12:35 PM

ABDUL RAHMAN TO BE RELEASED (13 links)
Michelle Malkin
Just in…But this story is far from over:
An Afghan court on Sunday dismissed a case against a man who converted from Islam to Christianity because of a lack of evidence, and he will be released soon, an official said.
“The court dismissed today the case against Abdul Rahman for a lack of information and a lot of legal gaps in the case,” said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak on the matter.
He said the case has been returned to the prose
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Abduh Rahman Released (9 links)
Macsmind – News, Conservative Commentary and Common Sense
Case Dropped Against Afghan Christian”POLICHARKI, Afghanistan (AP) – An Afghan court has dismissed case against a man who converted from Islam to Christianity for lack of evidence, an official said Sunday.The court, and Afghan President Hamid Karzai, had been under intense international pressure to drop the case against Abdul Rahman, who faced a possible death sentence for his public conversion.Some Islamic clerics had called for hi
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Abdul Rhamin Will Be Released (9 links)
Stop The ACLU
Via ABC
An Afghan court on Sunday dismissed a case against a man who converted from Islam to Christianity because of a lack of evidence, and he will be released soon, an official said.
The court dismissed today the case against Abdul Rahman for a lack of information and a lot of legal gaps in the case, […]]]>
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Hot posts: 03/25 7:21 PM

Will Blogs Eat Themselves? (9 links)
Captain’s Quarters
The entire tempest surrounding the hiring and termination of Ben Domenech as the Washington Post's designated conservative blogger shows that the blogosphere has a lot of growing up to do. Between the hysteria, the personal attacks, the revelation of wrongdoing…
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Oh Yay, More Immigration protests! (7 links)
Random Thoughts Of Yet Another Military Member» Thoughts of a landlocked sailor trapped on the
Awwww are we supposed to feel bad for the poor widdle illegals? I know I dont, and I think they should all be sent back and told them there is a right way to come here legally without sucking the taxpayers money. Some of them should stay and
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Hot posts: 03/21 5:05 PM

"WE WILL CUT HIM INTO LITTLE PIECES (11 links)
Michelle Malkin
***scroll for updates***
The Chicago Tribune is paying attention to Abdul Rahman, the Afghan man
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THE UNITED NATIONS SMEARS LEGO (11 links)
Michelle Malkin
***scroll for updates***
Today is The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights is cele
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WHO WILL SAVE ABDUL RAHMAN? (8 links)
Michelle Malkin
Italy and Germany have raised their voices:
Italy has joined with Germany in protesting a death threat reportedly hanging over an Afghan who b
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ttlb and blogcarnival.com

I’m pleased to announce that TTLB is now partnering with BlogCarnival.com to bring the very latest & greatest blog carnivals to the TTLB ÜberCarnival page.
The BlogCarnival team has done a great job in providing a spiffy interface to allow hosts to administer their carnivals, as well as allowing bloggers to submit their posts directly to specific carnivals. Leveraging the functionality they’ve created makes sense for TTLB, and I’m looking forward to exploring additional synergies between BlogCarnival.com and TTLB going forward.
Thanks to Brad and Steve at BlogCarnival.com for their work on this effort, and I hope everyone will all make a habit of visiting both the ÜberCarnival page and BlogCarnival.com itself…
Update: More at BlogCarnival.com

ttlb accounts: manage your own blogs!

Folks:
Big news for those of you focused on your Ecosystem stats: as of right now, you can create your own personal TTLB user account, which will let you claim your blog and directly edit the URLs associated with it. No more waiting for me to get around to support requests: just log in, change whatever needs changing, and you’ll be good to go!
To get started, create an account here. You can then simply go to your blog’s Ecosystem details page, select the ‘Claim this Blog’ link, and then have the ability to immediately change the blog’s URLs, or even disable it if it is an old, obsolete blog.
Once you have your account, the ‘My Blogs’ page (now linked up on the top header) will become your home base, from which you can edit your blogs, search for your blogs which you haven’t added yet, or add completely new blogs under your account.
This is brand new functionality, and so I’d appreciate feedback and comments. Bear with me if you encounter any hiccups, and be assured that the next month is going to be a fun one here at TTLB: this is just a small, small part of the goodies and enhancements coming down the pipeline. Stay tuned for much more!
– N.Z.

Hot posts: 03/15 4:58 PM

Boston Legal to the rescue (11 links)
Crooks and Liars
Boston Legal to the rescue Alan Shore (James Spader) fro
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Democrats See Feingold’s Censure Resolution As Political Boomerang (7 links)
The Moderate Voice – –
On the Soprano’s season premier, Tony Soprano is shocked when he’s shot by his Uncle Junior. After all that Tony (with all his…

Feingold's Censure Motion (7 links)
The Washington Monthly
FEINGOLD'S CENSURE MOTION….Everyone wants to know how I feel about Russ Feingold's motion to censure President Bush over the NSA's domestic spying program. I'll give you two and a half answers: First, substantively: Sure, censu
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Hot posts: 03/15 9:11 AM

Washington Post. Sloppy Journalism. St (9 links)
AMERICAblog: Because a great nation deserves the truth
Sometimes I know what it’s like to have kids.
You get tired of always having to be the parent. Always having to be the bad guy. Never getting any respect. But someone has to do it. And if not

The Conservative Case Against John McCain In 2008 (9 links)
Right Wing News (Conservative News and Views)
There is no Republican up on Capitol Hill more disliked by his own GOP brethren than John McCain. That's why,…
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The Conservative Case Against John McCain In 2008 (8 links)
Right Wing News (Conservative News and Views)
There is no Republican up on Capitol Hill more disliked by his own GOP brethren than John McCain. That's why,…

If It’s Good Enough For Clinton… (8 links)
LiberalOasis
25 current Senators previously backed censure for Clinton, but refuse to publicly support censure for Bush.