Links and Comments, Feb. 13, 2015

Both liberals and conservatives are disturbed by Obama’s war plan, or is it lack of a plan?  Eugene Robinson says this: The first of many questions Congress should ask is why Obama wants to pursue a military solution when he says none exists.    Krauthammer says this: And don’t forget the blankets. America was once the arsenal of democracy, notes Elliott Abrams. We are now its linen closet. Charlie Cooke in National Journal writes about the dilemma and its causes.   Every time I check my email I see something new on this, I don’t see many who are defending it who are not a part of the admiistration.

The Drudge Report is my home page, but I often click links in my emails before I go to it.  Here the New York Times gives it the credit many liberal media do not.

I could not find a way to link to National Review online’s Morning Jolt with Jim Geraghty but the headline speaks for itself.  The American Presidency in 2015: Speak Loudly and Carry a Selfie Stick

Scalia and Ginsburg – the play?

Why Too Much Fiber is Unhealthy for the Elderly  I had no idea, and it is really hard to start thinking of myself as elderly.

I’m not sure how much linking I will be doing for the next few days.  We are having a family celebration.  My cousin whom I have not seen in many, many years is visiting, as are my brother, my out of town sister,  my son, and my daughter and her hubby.  I will be thinking of you though- well maybe not.  I may send some short emails, or maybe not.  Just know I am having a very good family time.

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