What to read?
If you want your heart touched, read this.
If you’re looking for some humor, go here.
If so, it adds an interesting wrinkle.
Alhaji Umaru Mutallab, believed to be the suspected terrorist’s father, told a Nigerian news outlet that six months ago he alerted the U.S. Embassy to his son’s fanatical religious views, the Post reported.
He allegedly told Nigerian newspaper This Day that he had informed both the U.S. Embassy and the Nigerian security services of his 23-year-old son Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab’s activities, the Post reported.
I’ll admit to not keeping up with this story very closely (we had more Christmas stuff today, so I was startled to see this story on Drudge this morning around 10 a.m.). But regardless of the extent of those activities, it’s be very disturbing indeed if we didn’t heed warnings from the guy’s own father.
My goodness, a lot has happened since March 2007, no? In no particular order:
In personal news, I have been carving out a web design/communications niche for myself in the private sector. In other words, I have begun to use my mad writing/blogger skillz for the forces of eeeeeevil. (More evil than the school choice movement? -ed. Yes, kids, even more dastardly than that scoundrel Clint Bolick, who last I checked was suing anything even remotely anti-choice that twitches.)
So anyway, I’m very busy on a number of fronts, both with my day job, side work and extracurriculars. Really, I’m probably overloading myself even starting to blog again. You’ll be patient, won’t you?