For those new readers, this is the time of year where I leave my underground bunker underneath Dulles International Airport for a few days for my day gig, and drum up all kinds of business in meetings, sports bars, etc.
So I'm headed out to Chicago in the morning, and (unless there's something earth shattering I have to comment on or view) will be away from here until probably Sunday or Monday, depending on how fried my brain is.
In the meantime, I'd like to leave you with some links from some friends.
American Power points out that not only did Obama use the anniversary of Martin Luther King's assassination to launch his quest for four more years of taxpayer funded golf, but the unions used the anniversary as well to protest.
Tania at Midnight Blue posts a heartwarming story of a dog rescued drifting along a partially submerged house after the earthquake in Japan.
Around the country, redistricting is heating up, and Crystal Clear Conservative looks at Virginia's redistricting/gerrymandering.
Legal Insurrection reports there are enough signatures to start a recall of one of the Wisconsin fleebaggers.
In a new civility update, Atlas Shrugs writes that Rep. Peter King, attacked for having hearings into homegrown Islamic terrorism, had a bloody pig foot and anti-Semitic messages sent to him.
Jane at Uncoverage has more on how Egypt is sliding down the path to becoming another Islamic state, and a poll showing Donald Trump beating "That One" in a landslide.
Until next week, have a great one!