Daily Links – March 28, 2012
Today is March 28th. On this date in 1930, Constantinople and Angora were renamed Istanbul and Ankara. So, Istanbul was Constantinople. Now it’s Istanbul, not Constantinople. Also on this date, in 1976, the band Genesis began their first tour with Phil Collins as lead singer. He left the band on this date in 1996. As a result, the song “In The Air Tonight” is now stuck in your head. And finally, on this date in 1979, the nuclear reactor at Three Mile Island suffered a meltdown that was almost as severe as Jeffrey Toobin’s during the Obamacare hearing. Zing! Don’t forget to celebrate National Something On A Stick Day! (Preferably with food.) Consider this an Open Thread.
The war on Wisconsin | Michelle Malkin
“Fiscally conservative leaders in the Badger State are under coordinated siege from Big Labor, the White House, the liberal media and the judiciary. The yearlong campaign of union thuggery, family harassment and intimidation of Republican donors and businesses is about to escalate even further.”
Allen West Attacked by AstroTurf Leftist Organization | The Shark Tank
“Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi famously referred to the Tea Party as “Astroturf”- but how many Tea Partiers got their call to social action from some mysterious front group who solicited their protest activity for 10 bucks an hour through Craig’s List?”
Video: Democrat Thrown Off House Floor For Hoodie Meltdown | Breitbart TV
“Congressman Bobby Rush had a melt down on the house floor as he donned a hoodie and recited the Bible. He was removed from the house floor”
Spike Lee tweeted wrong address for Zimmerman; couple moves out | Twitchy
Original Story at Orlando Sentinel: “A school-cafeteria lunch lady and her husband have received hate mail, unwanted visits from reporters and fearful inquiries from neighbors — all because their Sanford-area address is being disseminated on Twitter as belonging to Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman, her son said late Tuesday.”
Today’s Word of the Day comes via Dictionary.com.
luxate (LUHK-seyt): verb To put out of joint; dislocate.