March 30, 2008

Weekend Hodgepodge

Posted by Adam Graham in : Abortion,Good News,Podcast,Presidential Race 2008

Podcast Show Notes

A key Barack Obama supporter is indicted. (Hat Tip: Don Surber.)

Hillary’s religion issues. (Hat Tip: Right Mind.)

McCain shows terrorism naivette while allegedly blocking an immigration enforcement bill. (Hat Tip: Michelle Malkin.)

The Republican Party of Hawaii sanctions members of the platform committee contributing to Democrats.

The Republican Party tries to fix the nominating process.

Japan’s solution to global warming: 12 minutes less for baseball games. (Hat Tip: Wizbang Blog.)

California feminists oppose making life easier for pregnant women.

Assisted suicide: now being proposed for teens in Belgium.

Governor Jim Doyle (D-WI) fights for a healthier Wisconsin by encouraging Wisconsins to join a fitness routine.  But is Walking Carbon Neutral? (Hat Tip: Right Mind.)

Wal-Mart gave $296 million to charity last year. Odds of you hearing about it in the press: not much.

A family gives a great gift to the Make a Wish Foundation: A 2600 square foot house.

A Vietnamese man shines a light into the darkness of abortion.

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Trackposted to Rosemary’s Thoughts, Nuke Gingrich, Woman Honor Thyself, Right Truth, The World According to Carl, Pirate’s Cove, The Pink Flamingo, Cao’s Blog, The Amboy Times, Wolf Pangloss, A Newt One, Rant It Up, Conservative Cat, D equals S, and The Yankee Sailor, thanks to Linkfest Haven Deluxe.

1 Comment

  1. Comment by Ben Keeler

    That news out of Hawaii reminds me of what is happening much too frequently in Ohio, specifically in Cuyahoga County.

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