The wife and I went to Carnegie Hall last night to see Al Green and Dianne Reeves. It was a fantastic show. Ms. Reeves’ filled the entire hall with her rich voice. And her band were no slouches either. When Mr. Green took the stage the place went wild. It felt more like a stadium than Carnegie Hall. He may be getting old but he still has his moves, grooves and oodles of soul. What a show.
What you should be reading this weekend:
Bob from Brockley: The Real Axis of Evil (an old post as Bob is on vacation)
But I am a Liberal!: Some positive developments
Contentious Centrist: Discusses Arthur Herman’s excellent article, “Why Iraq was Invetiable”, from this month’s Commentary.
Don’t Trip Up: Oppressors closer to home discusses a recent article by Farooq Sulehria in which he claims the Islamic world is not oppressed by the U.S., Israel, Europe, or the West but by terrorist organizations and governments who claim to be acting in the name of Allah.
Internet Haganah: Jihadi Recidivism 101
Israpundit: On the expected release of terrorist Samir Kuntar
Martin in the Margins: Rewriting history
ModernityBlog: Open thread on how to defeat the fascists
NeoConstant: All Quiet on the Eastern Front
Simply Jews: Abu Hamza The Hook is going places–final
The Stark Tenet: Obama is nothing but a politician
Always a bit strange to see how people find your blog. Some of the search terms are understandable but the strangest one this week was:
“is fidel part of the zionist movement”
Um, I don’t think so dude…
In other news, NeoConstant and The Stark Tenet were added to my blogroll.