Saturday, December 01, 2007

Rants - December 1, 2007

Welcome to the December 1, 2007 edition of Rants. Here is a synopsis of the excellent articles we received.

presents A Dog's Life posted at, saying, "Philosophy and Boxing"

blue skelton presents Blue Skelton Endorses Ron Paul for President posted at Blue Skelton Publications, saying, "Blue Skelton, infamous blogger, has endorsed Ron Paul for president of the United States. Blue Skelton is an affluent political writer and this coveted endorsement of Ron Paul should carry a lot of weight amidst the ranks of the political bloggers. Blue Skelton’s Endorsement should not be taken lightly."

Michael Johns
presents One Iraq Option Only: Victory posted at Michael Johns, saying, "Michael Johns, a former White House speechwriter, Heritage Foundation foreign policy analyst, and award-winning conservative author and writer, argues that the war in Iraq and the war against terror have become one and the same, and retreat is not an option."

presents Today's RANT: SMOKERS posted at Rants 'n Reviews, saying, "What is it with smokers who think existing laws and corporate rules do not apply to them?"

Madeleine Begun Kane
presents My Family Needs Me (Limerick and Video) posted at Mad Kane's Political Madness.

Jon Swift
presents Journalism 101 posted at Jon Swift, saying, "I think it would be helpful if bloggers knew the 20 basic "Rules of Journalism" so that they won't pester Joe Klein and other professional journalists too much about journalistic ethics in the future."

Shaun Connell presents Huckabee a Conservative? posted at Reason and Capitalism.

Lucynda Riley presents Think before you shout something out a window!!! posted at Witch on White Mountain.

Shaun Connell
presents The Definition of Militia posted at The Rebirth of Freedom Foundation, saying, "The Rebirth of Freedom Foundation explains what "militia" means. And it doesn't mean the national guard -- it means the people."

Freeborn Wasnot
presents The Pilgrim's Success, or The Thanksgiving Story Part 2 posted at Liberty's Law, The U.S. Constitution.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of Rants using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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