The Morning Links (5/20)

These are your morning links for May 20, 2011:

First, Condolences to the Lonely Conservative – their mother passed away. Lady Liberty and her readers send you their love and prayers. Having lost my own mother over two years ago, my heart goes out to you.

Home sales dropped ‘unexpectedly’ again.

Leaning towards extending the Patriot Act. Given Obama has been quietly stripping all other protections of this nation, I think lawmakers are very nervous – so are we.

Gary Johnson is running for President. Wait, who?

A Fire in My Belly.

Someone stick a fork in Newt – he is SO done. Especially with this gem of an idea on Immigration.

Jan Schakowsky (D-imwit) is like most liberal lefties – free speech is only something that applies to them.

The dip we are seeing in Gas prices won’t last – here is why.

I stayed away from this story until now… Arnold, of all the women you could run around with – seriously?

I also stayed away from the steaming pile of crap ‘slut walks’ until now – I found a story that mirrors my thinking pretty closely on it.

Epic Facepalm: Man who won $2 million lottery still qualifies and receives food stamps.

Turn-about is fair play… Even if 40 % of  Obamacare waivers went to Unions. If the Unions turn on Obama, you should pop some corn and grab a seat. Obama’s “This is an assault on Unions” will become “Hey! This is an assault on me!”

Obama Hates America (and Israel):


Legal Eagles:

The ROPAT mayhem and murder roundup:

Your morning Laugh, or cry, depending on how you see it:

Who is your Daddy and what does he do?

About ladyliberty1885

A.P. Dillon resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina and is the founder of LadyLiberty1885.com. Her current and past writing can also be found at IJ review, Da Tech Guy Blog, Heartland Institute and StopCommonCoreNC.org. Her current writing project is a children’s book series.
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