The Radio Equalizer: Brian Maloney

24 April 2005

Beats Spring Cleaning

Weekend Blog Reading

--- Michelle Malkin has the amazing account of public schoolchildren, terribly confused by a principal's strange, PC reworking of the Pledge of Allegiance.

--- Lance at Red State Rant reports on the watering down of the now-more-enlightened Cookie Monster. Why hasn't Cookie Crisp cereal been banned?

--- Mass Right reveals what happens when Boston's liberal bureaucracy rips itself off.

--- Isn't It Rich ponders whether five-year-olds should really be hauled off in handcuffs by the police.

--- Mark Noonan at GOP Bloggers marvels at how quickly six terrorists have been captured.

--- Michael King has the latest on the return of Superman, at Ramblings' Journal.

--- Matt at Rosenblog on the colourful nature of British Columbia's upcoming elections:

The Sex Party is just the tip of the iceberg. In British Columbia's May 17 elections, candidates are also running from the Marijuana Party; the Work Less Party (motto, "Alarm Clocks Kill Dreams"); and the Annexation Party, which wants BC to become the 51st U.S. state. There are 45 parties registered with BC Elections in all.

Sorry, Matt, but the Annexation Party will have to settle for being the 50th US State, as Washington state would prefer to join Canada (in many ways, it already has).

--- P Scott Cummins has the latest on his important work monitoring the political situation in Uganda. Call him Our Man in Africa.

--- Liberal Congressman Bill Delahunt is no match for his Cape Codder constituents, who want to know why he's so two-faced when it comes to energy policy (probably doesn't want to offend his friend Teddy). The scoop at WindFarmBlog.

And of course, for Northwest and National news, it's Orbusmax, Cape Cod Today for happenings in SE Mass., and RadioDailyNews for industry updates and commentaries.


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