Link roundup for 20 February 2010
Coming soon: Cthulhu comedy (found via Mendip).
A dissatisfied customer confronts God.
Cheney watches the Olympics for one event.
At last -- clear video of bigfoot!
Dallas office workers get creative with snow.
Switzerland provides first aid training where it's needed most.
Some people are apparently freaking out over Michelle Obama's bookshelf. (My own books include the Bible, the Koran, and Mein Kampf -- not everyone agrees with every book they read.)
That embarrassing Texas survey inspires a cartoon.
Family Guy actress Andrea Friedman rebukes Palin.
The "Big Lick" horse shows involve horrifying abuses.
How much do the rich pay in taxes?
The timing of Bayh's resignation allows the Democratic party free rein to choose a replacement candidate.
The stimulus tracker shows how federal stimulus money is being spent in each county in the US (found via Hello..... Mr. President).
The push to re-instate the public option gains steam, and Obama seems prepared to act without Republican support (all found via Oliver Willis).
Moderate conservative David Frum seems unimpressed with the Mount Vernon credo (more here, his suggestions here). Liberal views from Dissenting Justice, Progressive Eruptions, and Green Eagle. My own assessment is that most of it is intentionally vague, written to send coded signals to the bigots and theocrats -- "we're your kind of people" -- while retaining plausible deniability for the sake of moderate voters.
Andrew Sullivan explains why Palin is scary.
You might not want Romney sitting behind you either.
RedState's Erick Erickson takes a stand against far-right nutters.
If you're being stalked, you can't always count on the law.
Liberal Christians deceive themselves about the Bible.
Catholicism is analog, Protestantism is digital.
Religion in the US continues to decline.
Christianity was spread via cruelty.
Atheism is thriving in Canada -- a country which also has wiser banking policies than most.
Australia may have averted a major terrorist attack.
Michael Totten assesses Iran.
Dir Journal posts a large collection of new-found Soviet photos from World War II (found via Mendip).
King Tut lived a short, miserable life (sent by DemWit).
Jellyfish are cool.
A meteorite which may be older than our solar system is crammed with organic molecules.