Some recent developments in the news and in the blogosphere:
National Review claims out that if electoral votes were awarded by congressional district, Mitt Romney would have won. The number of electoral votes each state gets is equal to their total representation in Congress. For example, if a state has 8 Representatives in the House, it has 10 votes in the Electoral College, the other two corresponding to the two Senators. In the system that NR contemplates, each district gets its own distinct vote, with the state retaining the two "senator" votes to be determined by the overall popular vote within the state. Currently, Nebraska and Maine each assign their electors in this manner.
Life Site News takes us into a recently-closed abortion clinic in Michigan, and gives us "10 surprising quotes from abortionists".
From Breitbart's Big Government, Vice President Biden will be meeting with the NRA.
From Newsmax, Obamacare is helping to create a shortage of physicians.
From CNS News, a history of Senator and apparent Secretary of State-designate John Kerry's criticism of America's foreign policy.
From The Foundry, regulations from the Obama EPA continue to bring about coal power plant closings.
From CNN, Illinois lawmakers have passed a bill that would allow illegal aliens to receive "temporary" driver's licences.
Remember the rash of church-burnings during the 1990's, the churches mostly belonging to black congregations, and how then-President Clinton recalled how they reminded him of the burning of black churches during his childhood in Arkansas? I wonder what he thinks of the burning of churches in Nigeria? (from Truth Be Told)
From Yahoo News, several hundred people in Boulder, Colorado hold a vigil for the victim of a police shooting - an elk.
From ABC10 News, after a couple ties the knot thousands of feet in the air, their balloon comes crashing down.
And last but not least, after being off the web for over a year, the blog And Rightly So, where yours truly used to contribute, has been restarted. Raven has once again asked me to join the crew, so I'll be posting over there from time to time, in addition to what I post here.