Sunday, May 18, 2008

What I did on my day off

Today felt good in one sense, not so good in another. We're still having that global-warming heat wave (they used to call it Summer), but I still got a lot of reading under my belt. Here is list of really great reads:

Right Truth: PATIENT EVIL - An R.J. Godlewski / Right Truth Blog Exclusive - Chapter Five. This is an excellent book! Wow. What a wonderful writer that Mr. Godlewski is. I recommend this book, chapter by chapter.

Then there was Jonn's article, IVAW takes the Road Show to Congress. That's right, the illiterate Iraqi Vets Against the War were in Congress in front of the socialist party to give their report. I read Jonn's, but there is also Thus Spake Ortner who liveblogged from the comfort of his home and to cover the rest. You may be able find something over at Gathering of Eagles, Free Republic, or many of the milblogs.

Another very interesting post I've been reading, which I believe would open many eyes, is Political Islam. This is definitely an eye-opener. Were you aware that OBL is a moderate Muslim? Hmm. Read this article then!

I received an e-mail from American Free Congress with an article I could not find because I could not get into get into Front Page Magazine, but I was able to find someone who had the interview over at Doctor Bulldog and Robin. The title of the article is "Kafir Dream." These two articles will open our eyes wider than they already are, if you can believe that. I can now!

There were a few more articles I read such as how Sen. Kennedy is doing (put your politics aside, and send out your prayers), and a few more I don't even remember. I read Blackfive's feed, and I read Readjustment And Trivia by Bill and Bob's Excellent Afghan Adventure. My friend has been back in the states for a little more than a month. If you wish to know how the media is effecting our Soldiers, read this. Grab a kleenex first, though. Maybe I'm just too close to this one, but I feel so helpless. God bless your family and you, M.

Well, that's it for now. If I read your site and forgot to mention you, it wasn't out of meanness. This is the first time in a LONG time that I took the time off to just read. I must say, I rather enjoyed it! ;)

Hat tip: Blackfive for the articles about IVAW (plus they have their own article).

Posts I've trackposted to at Linkfest and other sites:
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Posts that have trackbacked to this post:
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