Saturday, February 11, 2006

Another No Inspiration Day

I find that once again I have no real passionate rant pent up inside of me. Usually, any one subject can usually set me off into a complete diatribe, but this has been a very stressful week and my brain is performing like the neurons are either missing synapse, or are completely deadened.

So as is customary at PYY (when that happens) I will post a compilation of some of the things I have been reading. Because the one thing I love to do is read, I don't mind sharing that which I have read, with my readers.

Ralph Peters at Real Clear Politics has an outstanding article entitled, Survival Strategy: Middle Eastern Islam, Darwin, & Terrorism. It is very much worth a look.

AC at Fore Left prognosticates on the future of Saddam. He outlines two possible paths this whole circus could take.

Les at Living In The Surreal World has a link and comments on the latest leftist delusion. For some the delusion is real.

AICS at The Logic Lifeline has links and comments on the ever diminishing marginal utility of the UN.

Mustang at Social Sense talks about Final Judgement, but don't worry there will be no passing of the offering plates and no altar call, at this one.

Always On Watch poses a interesting question in her post, How Far Along Are We? If you are at all interested in what is in the minds of our enemies, this is for you.

Super Frenchie speaks about a potential candidate for the French presidency, that has apparently slipped in under the radar, at least in the American media. Which to me is amazing, in itself, because she is a socialist and not a bad looking one either. And we all know how well sex and socialism sells in the American media, don't we?

Shah Alexander at Global American Discourse has two recent articles worth reading. One is on Palestinian Democracy and one is on Russia. Be sure to check them out too. Both are worth the read.

Gandalf at Up Pompeii is agitated again. And with good reason from the sounds of things.

And add to all of this, Jason at Liberty and Culture talks about truth and liberty .

Happy Reading all.


All_I_Can_Stands said...

LA, I agree it is no inspirational news cycle. It has been that way almost all week. I prefer to have events and stories drive my passion to write, rather than digging around for something I might be able to get passionate about. Thanks for the links. It is interesting how creative people get during these event droughts.

Always On Watch said...

I'm suffering from a malaise. I don't know how I manage to post anything! At least this snowstorm is a bit of distraction right now. I think that I'll post an article on that in the next few days. D.C. is a silly place when it snows. If not for the potential of injury to my body and damage to my car, the situation would be downright comedic.

I don't see that this news cycle as a drought, but rather, a damned depressing monotony. Have you heard the latest from Ahmadinejad?

LASunsett said...

I do not think it's altogether a lack of news or anything like that. In my case, I think this week has been stressful and that zaps my creativity. Unless something phenomenal happens that ignites the burners, I think I begin to sound like a broken record, especially when the news gets monotonous and my mind is fried.

All_I_Can_Stands said...

Yes, monotonous is a better word as there are events happening. Just nothing I'm all that interested in writing about.

Woody said...

Is that the "Shah Alexander" of the Seattle Seahawks?

LASunsett said...

No Woody, that's SHAWN Alexander. SHAWN. LMAO. Good one though.