I’m trying to maintain a posting schedule of sorts. Monday night’s going to be a small roundup of links.
- Peter Wehner at Commentary Magazine on why it’s bad for Conservatism to have Glenn Beck as its face. Poor Wehner doesn’t get that Glenn Beck is the face of a movement, not a philosophy. Movements belong to its constiuents, not its leaders, silly!
- Fallible Blogma explains the origins of the concept of Transubstatiation. Like most religious doctrine, a lot of people get the origins backwards. Doctrine is written to codify what is generally accepted, not to force its acceptance upon the congregants.
- DJ Drummond profiles BHO the political narcissist and concludes that his incorrigibility arises from his inability to admit that something is wrong. Well, yeah.
- A Christian blogger wonders who is that man in the White House. I don’t know, man. All I know is that a lot of people voted him in. (Found from: The Anchoress)
- An agency responsible for misinformation about Sarah Palin was a participant in a conference call where the aim is for the National Endowment for the Arts to promote a pro-Administration agenda. It’s the Chicago way.
- Charles Hill writes and cites about the incursion of online life into real life, and laments.
- Last week, Norman Borlaug passed away. Calling him the father of the green revolution seems inadequate. The number of lives he’s saved due to his research would be hundreds of millions, if not billions.