The Theocracy's Knight-Protector and Defender of Yarn Balls writes a short update from Iraq. It would be great if you stopped by and wrote him a little message.
Our Monsignor of the Breweries goes after North Carolina's huge pay raises for public school teachers.
The Theocracy's Official Artist thinks the Patriots are going to run the table. Yuck!
Binary or virtual cats? Our Holy Scholar Mog has the details.
Our Poet Laureate has a great post tracing the history of lolcats.
Joe Noory, ensconced in the Feline Theocracy's prestigious Cardinal Richelieu Chair for Advanced European Studies posts this bit about Iran's timing in (allegedly) stopping their nuclear program.
Our Chancellor of the Exchequer has difficulties with comments on his blog, but it's always worth a read. He's a big proponent of WalMart and has this to say about a recent store opening.
The Theocracy's Precentor of Measurements has done a great job keeping on top of the controversy surrounding the movie, The Golden Compass, and has convinced me that the thing is pretty evil.
Our Missionary to the Frozen, Northern Wastelands has evidence that chimps may soon take over the world. Unless they break into the keg of beer first.
Leave it to our Nun of the Above to rescue us as we struggled to think of a craft to do for our annual family Christmas party.
The Pater of Prowling has named it the Mayonnaise War. Now you just need to see what "it" is!
If there is a more relentless pursuer of corruption than our Grand Inquisitor, I'd like to meet them.
The monks over at the Monastery of Miscellaneous Musings have a great take on school prayer - one that might just surprise you.
Our Court Jester points out some interesting marketing for The Golden Compass.
Leave it to our Apian Apostle to find something cool on the Internet Tubes.
Thanks to our Holy Scholar Christine, I now know the Pope is coming to the US.
Lastly, our Holy Canadian Scholar, Eh, has a new blog and some great snow photos from Vancouver.