Well, it’s been a couple of weeks and there may be a couple of more before I do another one, but let’s go ahead and pop a carnival in here.
An Inexact Science is back and calling all readers.
Nationally, The Asian Badger discusses Russia offering to help us build a gas pipeline.
Josh at Blog Waukesha goes political and expresses many of the conservative hesitations about McCain.
Dad29 educates us on the preamble to World War II and a prime topic the last couple of weeks — appeasement.
If you have the stomach to get through them Kyle Prast has posted the letters she received from Wisconsin’s Senators at Brookfield7 concerning the cap and trade bill.
silent e goes on a fine rant on gas.
Locally, Bryon Houlgrave posts some pics of Milwaukee.
Most folks who read this will know that David at Carrick Bend Thoughts tipped Mark Belling about Wiggy’s post on the local Dems misadventures, but what got me thinking this week was his post on politically correct language.
Dean Culver, on the other hand, finds it hard to listen to conservative talk radio anymore, because there’re trashing [my word, not his] John McCain.
The Daily Scoff notes how a UW Madison study promotes drinking and what might be a future finding, if we can dream of such.
Tom Gehl at Brookfield Basics brings one of the good guys into the spotlight.
James Wigderson posts on the new superintendent of the Waukesha School District and the meeting to appoint him.
Cindy Kilkenny notes a problem with the Brookfield East plans.
As usual, if you have a favorite you can link in the comments or send the link to me at thoughtfulconservative [at] yahoo [dot] com. If you have one for next week, you can submit using this submission form. Past posts can be found on here. I don’t know right now when the next edition will be.