Weekend Trackback Party V

It is time for another trackback party. If you have a link or two to items you have written that you would like to share please link to this site and send a trackback ping. You can TB as many times as you like. I think MT is still giving some folks a problem. I am OK now with HaloScan but others have reported not being able to ping me.

Anyway, fire up the trackback machine and have at it.

Thanks to everyone who participated in Project Valour. I am sure we will have results real soon and I will share them.

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40 Responses to “Weekend Trackback Party V”

  1. Random Yak says:

    Card-Carrying Members of the (Trackback) Party

    Tip of the horns (because yaks look stupid in hats) to the BIG DOG for pointing the way:Stop the ACLU (an interesting blog in

  2. A Note To The Savages

    Jake holds the moral high ground

  3. Random Open Weekend Trackbacks.

    Link ‘em if you got ‘em. Please mention this post and link to it. I’ll move trackbacks up into the body of the post every hour or so. Ends Midnight CST Sunday. Use Wizbang’s Standalone Trackback Pinger if your own blogware doe…

  4. Weekend Trackback Party

    Here is how it works. Edit a post to include a link to this post, and send a trackback. No link to this post, and the trackback will be deleted.
    If you have something interesting that you would like to share with us, and our readers, please leave a …

  5. Choose Life says:

    Holiday Weekend Open Post

    There’s a trackback party at Choose Life.

  6. Open Trackbacks: Saturday

    Open Trackbacks: Saturday

  7. President Commemorates Veterans Day, Discusses War on Terror

    I think My Cowboy is back! This was a slam-dunk speech folks! He is not taking it from the Democrats and the Left any longer. It appears he has finally re-awakened from is political slumber, and he is not doing to let those on the Left, and the Democr…

  8. Weekend Open Trackback Party!

    Here is how it works. If you have an article you would like to share with my readers, edit the post to include a link to this post, and send a trackback. If your article contains no link to this post, then the trackback will be caught in the spam filt…

  9. Kerfuffles says:

    Canada’s Remembrance Day 2005

    The image is of the Service Vietnam medal issued by the government of Canada to 253 members of the Canadian Armed Forces who served in Vietnam. This 253 number does not include the ten to forty thousand Canadians who served in Vietnam or during the Vi…

  10. San Francisco: No Guns/Military (Except That Guy from The Village People)

    MJ’s rant on San Fran’s liberal weenieness

  11. Have the French Lost Touch Again?

    When I last discussed the Paris riots, I thought that the whole mess was on the verge of dying out completely. After all, the Chirac government had declared a state of emergency and the number of incidents had declined for…

  12. The Tar Pit says:

    Open Tar Pit TrackBack #1

    For something a little different, I thought I’d try my hand at one of these Open TrackBack posts. Welcome to Open Tar Pit TrackBack #1! Today it’s anything goes, though I’m thinking that down the road I might try to do posts that are more thematic.

  13. […] Friday • Iowa Voice • Jo’s Cafe Veterans Day | Saturday Specials • MacStansbury.org • MVRWC (who obviously doesn’t get the concept of “mailing it in”) • Every day at NIF • Oblogatory Anecdotes • Outside The Beltway Open Trackbacks Friday | OTBCaption Jam™ • Point Five: Delete All Trackbacks Edition • Random Numbers • Random Yak • Something… and Half of Something • Stop The ACLU • Stuck On Stupid | Mary, Mary Quite Contrary Weekend Linkfest • The Crazy Rants of Samantha Burns • The Political Teen Friday | Saturday • The Uncooperative Blogger • third world county • TMH’s Bacon Bits • Wizbang Blog […]

  14. Charlie Rose interviews the Avian Flu, or…

    In deciding how to feel about the Avian Flu, we’ve settled on alarm combined with morbid acceptance. It’s like realizing the house is surrounded by Zombies and they’ve cut off the phone liines. Hey, plague happens.


    Here are the sites with open trackbacks this weekend.

    (If I get around to it, I will update the list)

  16. Libertarian

    “Libertarian” seems to be a current cool thing to be, or to “lean” or to have been influenced by. Yet it’s inconceivable that the word can mean all the different things people seem to think it means.

  17. Weekend Round-Up

    Patrick Ruffini organized a blogger conference with Ed Gillespie, high-ranking republican, Samuel Alito’s counselor and former chief of Republican National Committee. Townhall, Professor Bainbridge, RightWing News, Blogs for Bush, The Political Teen,…

  18. Welcome to Kurdistan, Iraq

    The Kurdistan Region in Iraq is a good news story that seldom gets told.
    With a population of 5 million in an area larger than Switzerland or twice the size of New Jersey, it is surprising that this region remains largely undiscovered and commercially…

  19. Don Surber says:

    Edwards Is Wrong About Being Wrong

    John Edwards lays out in the Washington Post the new Democratic Party tack to derail President Bush: Surrender Iraq.
    It is a disingenuous plan that requires a false confession of error on his part. (“I was wrong.”) A false premise for the war. (“We…

  20. If Dr. Seuss wrote ‘Star Trek’

    With all that tech from stem to stern,
    And such a fevered quest to learn,
    There’s one thing that seems quite unfair-

  21. Don Surber says:

    L’Act de Patriot

    Here is what happens when a government goes really Koo-koo for Cocoa Puffs, courtesy of Paul Belien … Egalite, Liberte, Hypocrise.

  22. Beltway Sunday Drive

    Time for the Sunday linkfest, wherein those blogging on Sundays can link themselves on OTB. It’s like the Traffic Jam except, as Lionel Richie would say, easy like a Sunday morning.

    To join in, choose a post from your blog to highlight, edit…

  23. The Jordanian Bombers Wife

    The wife of one of the suicide bombers in the Amman hotel bombings has been captured. Apparently, she was trying to be a suicide bomber herself, but her bomb failed to detonate.

  24. Saturday Mishmash

    A grab bag of thoughts from all around… Jerry Pournelle shared some thoughts on honoring our service men and women, including this: “…There are bills pending in Congress that would increase the GI Bill for today’s veterans. They have been cut…

  25. The Florida Masochist

    I been finding it hard to blog since Hurricane Wilma struck Florida. Even when I’ve had internet access I’ve not been in the mood mentally to blog.

    So try to cheer me up by linking to this post and then trackback to me. If you want an example of h…

  26. Don Surber says:

    Coward Dean

    Drudge posted it before it was even broadcast! Howard Dean, M.D., ducked out of a joint appearance with Ken Mehlman, the erudite chief of the Republican Party.
    Drudge left off the question Mehlman wanted to ask Dr. Dean: When are you gonna speak out…

  27. Minor Religion of Peace Update

    “The world is divided into two spheres, Dar al-Islam and Dar al-Harb. The latter, the Land of Warfare, is a country belonging to infidels which has not been subdued by Islam.”-from Why I Am Not A Muslim, by Ibn Warraq

  28. Countering the Counter-Recruiters

    Or thus says the Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors’ website, in it’s section entitled, “Before You Enlist”. Furthermore they tell young men and women that military service is, “Hazardous to your Your Education, Your Future, People of C…

  29. Plea Possibility Considered

    Now I don’t consider this to be a big deal. If Tom DeLay could have made all of this go away via a misdemeanor plea to an obscure violation of campaign finance law, no one other than the most partisan…

  30. Stop The Racism! Stop The Sexism!

    What would happen if a public university tried to set up a set of special program to provide lucrative fellowship to white or male students (or – horrors – exclusively to white males) to the exclusion of women and minorities?…

  31. The Tar Pit says:

    Egypt frees Sadat assassin, Luxor terrorists, blogger still jailed

    The Egyptian government has released an assassin of Anwar Sadat and several Luxor terrorists for renouncing Islamic violence; while at the same time holding blogger Abdolkarim Nabil Seliman for denouncing Islamic violence….

  32. Don Surber says:

    The Jordan Err

    Austin Bay pointed out that the appearance of the woman failed-bomber on Jordanian television is a victory:

  33. Don Surber says:

    Hey, this is new and improved, dog

  34. John Cusack: Is there anything actors can’t do?

    He’s so dreamy

  35. IRIS Blog says:

    Evidence the “Paris Riots” Are Actually the “French Intifada”

    This entry will be updated regularly, because it may be the only comprehensive documentation of the Intifada-like elements of the French rioting.

    The New York Times deserves singling out for its sweeping blindness: “the violence in France has not t…

  36. IRIS Blog says:

    IRIS Exposes 2 Anti-Israel New York Times Falsehoods

    Note: This widely circulated story is not one about Times errors. That’s how it started, but it turned into one about an attempt to push an entirely revisionist definition of “Jerusalem” that has no basis whatsoever in fact, law or history. The Time…

  37. For Muslims, it’s only terrorism when their own…

    The Guns and Butter Blog points out a most interesting thing I hadn’t quite thought of before about the suicide bombing that took place in Jordan a few days ago, that being – when does an act of savagery like what Zarqawi’s gang committed count in ev…

  38. IRIS Blog says:

    Media Bias Trifecta: 3 Sets of “Copycat” Errors

    Here are three sets of “copycat” news errors:Set 1:

    1. “Egypt, a political trendsetter that accounts for more than half the Arab population” (Oct. 19 Washington Post)

    2. “Egypt represents more than half the population of the Arab world” (No…

  39. The Tar Pit says:

    Hillary: If “Saddam does not comply, then we can attack him” with “legitimacy”

    During the prelude to the 2003 invasion of Iraq to remove Saddam Hussein from power and enforce regime change, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton declared on the Senate floor that if Saddam Hussein didn’t fully comply with weapons inspections, then we cou…

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