Before I continue with the roundup, a note to many of you. I was asked by a few bloggers to please include them or their posts, and I am happy to do so. Unfortunately, it's hard for me to find some of your emails with the site links you sent - please, feel free to send them again, and if you would like to be included in the roundup, send the links from specific posts - not just the blog itself. I'd also like to mention to those who've sent links - your blogs looked very interesting! Keep up the good work.
And now, on to the roundup:
BTA has another post up, though I think it's the comment by anonymous (and BTA's answer) that really show the great strengths of this new blog - which is quite a success already. I would not be surprised if there were many lurkers reading and debating whether to contribute on that blog...Check it all out.
Paul is continuing an interesting debate over the roles of Roshei Yeshiva (essentially the heads of the Jewish yeshivos, or seminaries) vs. Rabbonim (shul rabbis, community leaders).
Ze'ev discusses the unlikely relationships people build through blogs - and just how nice some bloggers are.
Amshinover has pointed us all to possibly the most disturbing video of the year.
On a happier note, PsychoToddler reminds us that Fudge's first broadcast is tonight! Listen in!
SoccerDad has a roundup of his own, where he also kindly mentions my published article. Thanks, David!
Instapundit quotes a great point about the NYTimes, and gives his best comments:
Michelle Malkin has a roundup on San Francisco's dumb decision to ban handguns.
Judy Miller has been fired from the New York Times, and one of the Times's crack pavement-pounding reporters writes that "Ms. Miller could not be reached for comment."
What, they lost her phone number? And couldn't walk down the hall to the desk she was cleaning out?
Did I say "heh?" Yes, I did.
Personally: What a bunch of idiots. They've set April 1st (ironic day...) as the day for everyone to turn in their handguns by. Thugs everywhere are celebrating. Who wants to bet that mid-April sees a huge climb in crime, as gangsters who really don't give a crap about the law begin robbing (or worse) people left and right at gunpoint - knowing that the law-abiding citizens can never pull a non-existent firearm on them?!
Are San Francisco people so out of touch with reailty?!