Sunday, November 30, 2008

The Reaction in review (Nov. 30, 2008)

A weekend's Reactions that deserve a second look:


By J. Thomas Duffy: "Our Ignorant Dolt of the Week ... Little Billy Kristol!" -- Duffy's really on a roll with his fabulous rant against Krystol's call for "pardoning . . . everyone who served in good faith in the war on terror . . . but whose deeds may now be susceptible to demagogic or politically inspired prosecution by some seeking to score political points." Indeed!

By Capt. Fogg: "Bond lives" -- With warmth and skill, the good Captain writes a lovely post about one of undoubtedly many small stories of heroism during the terrorist attacks on Mumbai, India's Taj Mahal hotel.

By Creature: "Truth in Comics" -- Creature's choice is dead on to the current administration's last ditch attack on the environment.

By Grace: "Rattling the cage: Instability on Canada's political and economic scenes" -- Grace illuminates the ins and outs of the current governance situation, concluding, "It's a little bit frightening to have instability both in the economy and political arena at the same time – especially now."


By Michael J.W. Stickings: "Sign of the Apocalypse #59: Trampling death at Wal-Mart" and "Gun violence at Toys "R" Us" -- Michael, like all of us," is aghast at these two instances of senseless death and destruction wrought by out-of-control shopping nuts.

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