I have been very busy this week and haven't been able to post as much as I usually am able to. So, needless to say I am very spent out. But I have been working on some posts and hope to have one up very soon.
Until I can finish one of them, I would like to post some links to some of my readers' blogs for you to peruse, if you are looking for something to stimulate you interest.
Always On Watch, always seems to have something going on at her site that stimulates lively debate. Here, she notes a recently published article on how social isolation is on the rise in America.
AC at Fore Left has some thoughts on the latest furor over a surveillance program that looks at bank records. It's in his post, The war from within .
Jon at Q&O has a rundown on the possibility of a North Korean Missile test and the likelihood of a preemption, by the U.S, here.
Jason at Liberty and Culture has some criticism for Afghan President Karzai and the path his government seems to be taking in, Karzai is on whose side?
G at In The Middle Of America has an essay on Iraq entitled, The Iraq War, a Moral Essay.
AICS at The Logic Lifeline is irritated at the UN and Kofi Annan in particular. Get the scoop and his thoughts here.
Gandalf at Up Pompeii tells us how Ayatollah Khomeini's grandson is calling for the U.S. to overthrow Iran's present government.
And finally here is something I read over at Mustang of Social Sense posted recently. The words have been attributed to Dick Lamm. But it doesn't really matter who wrote them, I find them to be packed with truth. Read it here.
Well there are a few things to keep you busy, while I get other things together, both on and off the blog. Happy reading and thank you all for your patience during this busy time.