Although I've received my fair share of traffic from blogging on the Eason Jordan story, I feel it's time to move on to other subjects. I'll still be watching to see how it all unfolds and may have more to say on it at a later date. For now, I recommend checking in at Easongate for updates on this story. Their blogroll has a number of bloggers who are doing a much better job of keeping up with the story. Larry Kudlow, co-host of CNBC's Kudlow and Cramer, posts on three U. S. Senators who are pushing for release of the videotape. (Hat tip: Hugh Hewitt)
Here are some interesting links I found this week while surfing the blogs:
Between Two Worlds has a great post on "Exploding the Self-Esteem Myth".
Mark Daniels asks "What is a Positive Attitude for a Christ Follower"? This is a very timely post given what some so-called Christian preachers are offering in their churches.
Jeremy at In Search of a Clue predicts my alma mater, UNC, will win the men's college basketball championship. Of course, after he posted this, UNC lost to archrival Duke 71-70. However, he still makes a compelling case to favor UNC for the championship.
Doug Payton at Considerettes has a terrific essay on the Democrats constantly changing positions on issues.
Know your neighbors: One of the more interesting blogs I've found on the Evangelical Blogroll is Be Bold, Be Gentle. Glenn Brooke has developed this blog into a forum of encouragement for Christian Men. It looks like a site worth checking on a regular basis.
The Happy Husband has an interview with The Proverbial Wife. Both of these folks are part of the Evangelical Blogroll and have great blogs.
This week's Christian Carnival is up at Dunmoose the Ageless.
New blogroll additions: XBIP and Considerettes.