What a week we've had, Crooks and Liars! Besides the GOP Debate (and all the pundit analysis) this week we’ve looked into conspiracy theorists, red-panic in the UK, the disgraceful state of the media and the pandering of assorted columnists, some uplifting history and some sad (deportation) history, and we will always have Texas (we said goodbye to Gov. Goodhair, the triumph of Texas over the Kenyan Usurper, and the white panic over a muslim kid), and we had some laughs along the way, too, thanks to the talented writers at 28 or so mostly single-shingle blogs. The so-called death of the blog-o-sphere is thus not proven.
Unqualified Offerings has a theory why the media went along with the Iraq War debacle in 2003.
Americans Against The Tea Party cannot wait to see what Judge Bunning has to say to Kim Davis on Monday.
You Might Notice A Trend clarifies for us why the large number of Republicans are in the 2016 Goat Rodeo.
Bonus Track: I really love obsessive bloggers who just sink their teeth into the pant leg and don't let go. The Suits of James Bond takes a sartorial look at the iconic spy, this time filling in 007's wardrobe with details from Ian Fleming's actual wardrobe.
Thank you for sharing your mornings with us. Next up: the inestimable Monkeyfister will be bringing you fresh links on Monday.
Round-up by Tengrain who blogs at Mock, Paper, Scissors and at Liberaland. You can follow Tengrain on the electric Twitter machine, too. Send tips, requests, and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org (with "For MBRU" in the subject line).