Monday, September 6, 2010


*American Perspective* (MAINFO) Tells us about the ride to stop the Flight 93 Crescent Mosque, seeing Laura Bush, and reveals to us the world's bravest kitty.

Nickie Goomba tells us about Russia covering up the assassination of the Polish President.

Always On Watch reveals that Islam is really the religion of genocide.
America! Oh How We'll Miss You! gives the horrendous news that taxpayers are funding mosques abroad.

Barking Spider opens our eyes to the brutality of Islam and Sharia law.

Bread Upon the Waters shows us The Bomb and a USS Cole Mother of a murdered victim speaks out.

Can We Keep Our Republic? ponders liberal philosphies and Hobbes' rule of Man.

Conservative Perspective posts on Quality Assurance.

Creative Miniority Report regarding Obamacare asks Planned to Fail or Failed to Plan?

DeanO posts on wedlock irrelevant to teens.

Global Domination Through Applied Inactivity revisits the end of WWII.

Hack Wilson ponders on Obamastruction.

Innominatus is excited for the kickoff and asks, Ready for some Football?

Jim McMahon calls on us all to Never Forget 9/11.

Jo-Joe Politico points out just how much President BO is an amateur.

Conservative Hideout tells us about the damage caused by Obamacare and on how a strong defense is important for peace & prosperity.

I thought that I would do a little something different and post a video with my links post. Here ya go.

I will be posting the rest of the links tomorrow.


Christopher - Conservative Perspective said...

Another great round-up Teresa and thanks for the link!

I hope you and yours enjoyed the Labor Day Weekend.

Matt said...

Thanks for the links Teresa!

John Carey said...

Some great links here Teresa.

Opus #6 said...

Wonderful links, T.

And that vid is super. The lil' fuzzy guy's first doctor checkup. And so cute that the other egg chirped. Adorable!

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

The Bald Eagle came back to my area naturally about 28 years ago. They are fun to watch.

Amusing Bunni said...

Teresa, this is a great post. I love the little eagle video. I hope your week is great.

cube said...

I'm a sucker for most animals, but eagles have a special place in my heart. Loved that baby eagle and the chirping egg!

Quite Rightly said...

We have golden eagles in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, but no bald eagles that I know of. I did see some rescued bald eagles in North Carolina. Their strength and intensity was breathtaking, and the powerful sound of their cries carried amazingly far.

Thank you for the link, Teresa!