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Thursday, December 22, 2005

Ezzie's Blog Roundup, 12/22

There are some excellent posts all over the blogosphere today, many outside of the J-blogosphere - and I think I've written enough about the Transit Strike by now, don't you?

*Post of the Day*
RenReb may not be poor, but she definitely can't afford Chanuka presents. This is classic RenReb, and a great post.
Kofi Annan:
Claudia Rosett explains why he snapped at a reporter earlier today, and she is sharp. (via Instapundit)
NSA Intercepts:
The US Department of Justice responded to the NSA issue with a letter backing President Bush's assertions that the wiretapping was legal and necessary. It's a fascinating read. (via Instapundit)

Ann Coulter gives a hilarious and sharp article on Townhall (just for you DB), praising the New York Times - and wondering why the Times won't let the President do what they did. I don't agree with everything in the article, but she makes a number of excellent points. (via Political Teen)
Palestinians:
The Wall Street Journal has an excellent editorial about the lack of reporting of Palestinian activities. (via LGF)
Blogging:
Can a blog be sued for trademark infringement? Bloghead says that's exactly what's happening - and by Jews for Jesus, no less...

AirTime has created a J-Blogger game! It's cute. (via Mirty)
Judaism:
The Orthodoxy Test went flying through the blogosphere, thanks to its creator LamedZayin (lots of people posted their results there). Apparently, both Serach and I are right-wing Modern Orthodox, which was only a little surprising.

Godol Hador writes a book ban on behalf of the Gedolim. Hilarious. He also has an interesting post on schools, which I had to disagree with him on (see the comments).

HappyWithHisLot is not so happy with the latest Gedolim ban - movies on flights.
Israel:
Ze'ev is back in full swing, and wonders "What If?".

JoeSettler's put up a quiz too - and it tells you who to vote for in Israel. It says I'm NRP - I noted in the comments at least one flaw, but it's not terribly off.
Life:
Jack talks about his daughter. Very touching.
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