Link round-up for 29 January 2011
The American Decency Association has advice for single people about sex.
Michael Voris explains why Christians should want a dictatorship in the US (sent by Mendip).
Go ahead, answer the crocodile.
Murr Brewster visits a church.
Here's a Japanese roadway completely cleared of snow.
Death to the Devil dog (found via Preliator pro Causa, who also reports this doggycide).
I didn't think it was possible to fit this much offensive nonsense into one leaflet.
Erick Erickson threatens "mass bloodshed" (found via Plutocrap).
Is Texas our future?
Travis Corcoran might have intended more than just talk (found via Oliver Willis).
Utah now has an official state gun.
David Frum thinks it's time for the right to give up on Palin.
Whom would Jesus turn away?
Chick tracts remind us how far we've come (found via Republic of Gilead).
Ta-Nehisi Coates debunks the offensive nonsense of comparing abortion to slavery.
We won't see real filibuster reform this year.
Michelle Bachmann is serious about cutting government spending.
Vermont takes a stand against corporate personhood.
War analogies cause us to misunderstand what kinds of political activism are most effective.
If you think drunk driving is a trivial matter, read this.
This year's "march for life" was the same-old-same-old.
A Palin Presidential run could turn Texas purple.
Sometimes the abused manage to strike back at the abuser (warning: gruesome picture).
A spam text message may have saved hundreds of lives.
"Kurt N" was quite a collector (found via Mendip).
Wow, look what a crime wave drug legalization has caused in the Netherlands.
British undercover police may be a bit over-zealous.
The World is a flop.
Iranian culture is a stronger force than theocracy.
The Pope has found another opportunity for stupid nagging (found via Preliator pro Causa).
The Moscow airport bomber was targeting foreigners.
The euro-zone is doomed to break up (and I'm not convinced by the claim that the euro will survive in central Europe).
Here's a Russian view of the twenty years since the fall of the USSR.
All these things are banned in Iran (found via Mendip).
Mikhail Chester thinks reducing free parking would make people choose to use cars less (I think it would make them choose to go to places where there was still free parking).
As Arctic ice vanishes, new shipping routes open up -- but there are dangers.
Sorry, they're still idiots.
If the facts aren't on your side, try to stop anyone from seeing them.
Jason Goldman has a round-up of science blog posts.
Exercise does your heart more good than you may realize.