The Morning Links (8/10)

These are the Morning Links for August 10, 2011    

The Lady’s Picks:

The London Riots:

Obama Hates America:

The ROPAT mayhem and murder roundup:

  • ROPAT = The Religion Of Peace And Tolerance…and a growing stack of bodies.
  • Robert Spencer takes Scott Shane of the NY Slimes to task in an email exchange. If you haven’t picked up Spencer’s books yet, I hope this exchange has inspired you to do so and you can start here.
  • PA: A 22-year-old Pennsylvania man pleaded guilty Tuesday in Pittsburgh to soliciting people to engage in acts of terrorism.
  • NJ: First Christie installs a Muslim in the courts, now Islamic Billboards.
  • UK: Child sex abuse victim forced to read accounting of what happened to them in court. Judge was furious.
  • Required reading: The Totality of Sharia.
  • UK: Guardian omits reporting race/ethnicity of rioters, but still mentions Jews.
  • Palestine: Families of suicide bombers get $5 million in cash from UK.

Legal Eagles:

  • WI recalls: What did $14 Million buy Big labor and Dems? Two wins out of six. Republicans retain the Senate. Not enough to take back control and they have two flee baggers up for recall election next week, which could erase those two wins. Michelle Malkin has the WI Recall Election list here.  Legal Insurrection is also following it here. Results are posted here.
  • Congressional probe over Net Neutrality.
  • Blago’s Folly: ‘Unused’ money gets swept into Illinois coffers – including the charity marked money donated on tax returns there.
  • Jeffs gets life in prison. How long a life that will be once the inmates get to him remains to be seen. Disgusting sack of evil that man is.

Your Morning Laugh and/or cry depending on how you see it:

Beans, beans…the musical Fruit:

About A.P. Dillon

A.P. Dillon is a freelance journalist and is currently writing at The North State Journal. She resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Find her on Twitter: @APDillon_
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