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In The Mailbox: 02.13.14

Posted on | February 13, 2014 | 8 Comments

— compiled by Wombat-socho

Going to be mostly off the internet this weekend, as I have friends coming in from out of town to attend Katsucon, a local anime convention being held at National Harbor despite the horrible apocalyptic WINTER STORM that smacked the area last night. For those of you in the Upper Midwest, Buffalo, New England, etc., it would have been just another Wednesday night in winter, but the local news & weather people get themselves worked up into a lather about such things. So, no FMJRA this weekend unless Smitty takes up the cudgels, and Rule 5 Sunday is going to open March like a lion with a triple helping of the Lord’s handiwork. Live at Five will probably resume next Monday or Tuesday, depending on events.
Also, before I forget, thanks to everyone who hit the links in last week’s book post. You bought over three dozen books, both Kindle and dead-tree editions, which is very much appreciated not just by the authors (I got a thank you note from Casey Neumiller) but I appreciate it as well.

Blackmailers Don’t Shoot: People Still Read The Onion?
First Street Journal: Economics 101 – Who DIDN’T See This Coming?
Proof Positive: Obamacare’s Grandmother
Michelle Malkin: Culture Of Corruption Postscript – The Hilda Solis Files
Twitchy: Democratic Congressman Finds A Regulation So Terrible, He Admits “These Tea Partiers May Have A Point”

American Power: Faux Conservative Carl De Maio Releases Campaign Ad Featuring His Gay Partner
American Thinker: Gender Madness Taking Over The Military And Schools
Blackfive: Book Review – Code Name Johnny Walker
The Necropolitan Sentinel: Obamacare Watch – Fournier, You Can Stop Doing It Right Now
Conservatives4Palin: Wendy Davis On Post-Week Twenty Abortion Advocacy – Never Mind
Don Surber: Daily Scoreboard, February 12
Jammie Wearing Fools: Senate Democrats Urge IRS To Intensify Harassment Of Conservative Groups
Joe For America: Lieutenant Michael Behenna Wins Parole
JustOneMinute: “Capitulate”, Hell; We’re Just Winning In A Different Dimension
Pat Dollard: Zero People Attend An Obamacare Enrollment Event In Illinois
Protein Wisdom: A Pause In The Regular Programming, For A Brief Instant…
Shot In The Dark: Turning The Corner To Madness
The Jawa Report: Chechen Terrorist Supporters Now Big Fans Of John McCain
The Lonely Conservative: U.S. Now Ranks Just Above Haiti In Press Freedom
This Ain’t Hell: Questionable Choices – Why Pushing Through The DOJ Nomination Will Alienate Rust-Belt Democrats
Megan McArdle: Latest Obamacare Delay Is Probably Illegal


8 Responses to “In The Mailbox: 02.13.14”

  1. PATR2014
    February 13th, 2014 @ 3:03 pm

    RT @smitty_one_each: TOM In The Mailbox: 02.13.14 #TCOT

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  3. richard mcenroe
    February 13th, 2014 @ 5:31 pm

    I know many of your online fans will be demanding photos, Wombat, but remember: no fan service. Trust me, it will come back to haunt you. *g*

  4. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    February 13th, 2014 @ 6:32 pm

    A long cold February without new Rule 5 : (

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  8. Wombat_socho
    February 17th, 2014 @ 11:15 pm

    I believe in serving the public, but there are limits.