Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Watcher's Council Nominations

Each week, the members of the Watcher's Council nominate one of their own posts and a second from outside the Council for consideration by other council members in a contest for best post. The Watcher publishes the results each Friday morning.

There is an opening at the Council if you would like to nominate your blog for the Council. If you go to the Watcher's site, you will find instructions on how to apply on the right-hand sidebar.

Terry Trippany plays the role of Watcher of Weasels. Do visit the Watcher's Site for his theme of the week. This week, Joshua Pundit is guest hosting, and has posted on Sarah Palin.

This week's nominations are:


The Provocateur - How Bonds Work (and How Current Policy Will Wreck Them and the Economy With It)

Right Truth - Pride Or Lack Thereof

Rhymes With Right - In Re: Palin

The Glittering Eye - Haeckel and the Development of Nations

Mere Rhetoric - Prominent Jewish Democrats Double Down On Obama.Unpersuasively.

Wolf Howling - The Pot Simmers

Soccer Dad - Extra! Extra! get Your Paper

Bookworm Room - The Declaration of Independence . . . and chickens?

Non-Council Submissions

Submitted By: Right Truth – Star Parker - When Color Trumps Christianity

Submitted By: The Provocateur – Ralph Peters - The Moscow Giveaway

Submitted By: Rhymes With Right – Reclusive Leftist - Feminists and the mystery of Sarah Palin

Submitted By: Joshuapundit – Diana West - Allies Don’t Declare Victory Over Each Other”

Submitted By: The Glittering Eye – Michael Totten - The Real Quagmire in the Middle East

Submitted By: Mere Rhetoric – Rick Richman / Commentary - The Coming U.S. Peace Plan

Submitted By: Wolf Howling – Seraphic Secrets - The Great Obama Moscow Give-away

Submitted By: Soccer Dad – Rubin Reports - The Middle East is a place where wishfulthinking gets people killed but makes careers for politicians, diplomats,academics, and journalists

Submitted By: Bookworm Room – Investor’s Business Daily - Canada’s Single-Prayer Health Care

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