Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Tuesday Links

Instead of a Monday Links post, this week it's Tuesday.  So here we go:

The Weekly Standard opines that with his proposal on Syria's chemical weapons, President Putin did not save President Obama, but beat him.

From the Mail Online, Putin wants Obama to call off striking Syria before Russia would back plans to have Syria turn over its chemical weapons.

From Talking Points Memo, Obama suggests that the Senate delay their vote on the possible strike against Syria.

From The Brenner Brief, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) gives a speech in opposition to striking Syria.

According to the Last Resistance, Obama's decision on Syria could mean death for its Christians.

From Catholic News Agency, an Italian priest donates a used car to the Pope.

From Reading The Score, a quote that sums up conservatism.

From the Washington Post, declassified court documents reveal the NSA's violation of court-approved privacy rules.  (via Techcrunch)

From the New York Post and the stupid criminal department, two men use a Taser to rob a man of his iPhone.  While fleeing, one of the thieves then dropped his own cell phone, thus providing the police with lots of clues.

From Life News, California is set to enact legislation that allows nurse practitioners (NPs), certified nurse midwives (CNMs) and physician assistants (PAs) to perform "aspiration" or suction abortions during the first trimester of pregnancy.

And from Freedom's Lighthouse, although denied a "no-stop" permit by the National Park Service, the Two Million Bikers to D.C. will go ahead with their rally tomorrow, which is a counter-protest to the Million Muslims March.  As reported by Twitchy, the bikers will get some help from the D.C. police.

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