The Morning Links (8/15)

These are the Morning Links for August 15, 2011    

My Sunday Article: Political Correctness Is Evil Part II

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The Lady’s Picks:

Campaign 2012:

  • Rick Perry Announces.
  • Perry: “One of the reasons that I’m running for president is I want to make sure that every young man and woman who puts on the uniform of the United States respects highly the president of the United States,” he said.
  • Rick Perry’s First Ad:
  • Bachmann wins Ames. Ron Paul second.
  • Pawlenty calls it quits.
  • Romney’s Revenues (video).
  • Palin: No answer yet on a run. She dropped in at the Reagan’s boy’s home though. I like Weasel Zippers tag on her as ‘Reagan in Heels.’  Indeed.

Obama Hates America:

The ROPAT mayhem and murder roundup:

  • ROPAT = The Religion Of Peace And Tolerance…and a growing stack of bodies.
  • Ramadan Bombathon 2011.
  • MI: Lawmakers seek to ban Sharia law. Given Dearborn is ground Zero for islam in the United States, I am sure this will go over well.
  • Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood warns military not to interfere in writing of new constitution. We will likely see the military move against the MB in the near future. The majority of the Egyptian military is Western trained.
  • Arabian Peninsula: Al Qaeda making Ricin.
  • AZ: Dry run.
  • Germany: Turkish MP was beaten for ordering pork sausage during Ramadan.
  • UK: Via Creeping Sharia – UK: Killing of 3 Pakistani men lays bare racial tensions : Europe: India Today.
  • Afghanistan: 22 dead after suicide attack on Karzai ally home.

Legal Eagles:

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

Primary Challenger, Matt Damon. I find it annoying when popular actors think their opinions must be popular too. Let’s see some footage of Matt:

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