I remember why I quit doing these. They take a while to assemble.
Libertarianism & Power
[*1] -- A fundamental tenet of classical liberalism is that concentrations of power are generally unwise. The most unwise and dangerous of which are concentrations of governmental power, and concentrations of outlaws, brigands, thugs, thieves, and the like--for the identical reason: because throughout history, the remedies for such concentrations usually involve killing people--or at least, the aggressive use of overwhelming force. Remedies for concentrations of power in other spheres of human activity generally require less drastic remedies.
Andrew Breitbart on The Undefeated
"PROGRESSIVES" AND OTHER ANTI-LIBERALS
Wisconsin isnít over
Yes, Iím Questioning Your Patriotism
How the Titanic sank radio freedom
Postrel: Public Works Built on Rosy Scenarios
Wisconsin schools buck union to cut health costs
New Hampshire Judge Caught On Video Ordering False Arrest: Incident sparks court order banning cameras in courtroom
[*8] -- I think I know someone who needs to be reminded in no uncertain terms that judges are not kings . . . SPORT
Royals Demote Danny Duffy to AAA Omaha, But For Nice Reasons
Royalsí uniform blunder sends wrong message to fans
Texas Rangers fan dies, fell reaching for ball
SDSU finalizes women's basketball schedule
[*12] -- That's South Dakota State, if you're new around here . . .
NEWS YOU MAY OR MAY NOT BE ABLE TO USE
Record highs? Ė NOAA staffers are beginning to doubt the accuracy of the measurement system
Topic of the Week: Allegiantís 757s In the Air Soon
Neighbor vs. neighbor as homeowner fights get ugly: As more are unable to pay homeowners' fees, associations pit neighbor against neighbor
SCIENCE FICTION--READIN', WRITIN', WATCHIN'
How the 'Harbrace Handbook of English' Changed the Way Americans Learn About Writing: The University of Tennessee's John C. Hodges Created the Best-Selling Textbook of All Time
[*16] -- Well, it's writin' anyway . . .
The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction to be reborn as a website
Whatís the Most Beautiful Word in the English Language?
M.G. Harris on Using Philosophy and Emotion to Extend the Adventure of Young-Adult Fiction
NEWS OF THE WORLD
Oil and gasoline prices on the rise again
For America's '99ers,' Jobs Crisis Is Hard to Escape
Job Growth Falters Badly, Clouding Hope for Recovery
DEEP, MAN, REALLY, REALLY DEEP
Beyond The Big City Blues
SWAMP PEOPLE (THE SWAMP ON THE POTOMAC RIVER, THAT IS)
The new Y2K problem?
Why Pensions are Underfunded
[*26] -- Generously put, it is a "knowledge problem" . . .
Social Security Cuts Weighed by Lawmakers Under Change in Inflation Gauge
[*27] -- Using inflation as a tool of public policy is beyond deceitful. It is despicable. It can charitably be called "evil." It steals from those who can least afford to lose what they have.
SCOTUS to POTUS: You're Not Very Good At This Whole Law Thing, Are You?
Go Figure: Jet Industry Furious at Obama
$10 Million of Your "Stimulus" Money Went to... Arming Mexican Gangsters Via Project Gunrunner?
Rubio: Letís stop talking about new taxes and start talking about new taxpayers
[*31] -- Well, yes. You can take all
of the money and wealth "the rich" have, and it still would not pay off the Federal debt. We need to make more
rich people. The way to do that is not to tax and regulate more. It is to do the exact opposite.
Say No To the Demsí July Surprise
A Letter to Patty Murray, from the Koch Companies Public Sector
DOJ Inspector General Canít Be Trusted to Investigate Gunwalker: Will Barack Obama dare to appoint an independent prosecutor?
Dozens of 'Fast & Furious' guns were confiscated from illegal aliens in Phoenix
So, is this the hope, or the change? Unemployment rises to 9.2 pct. in June, employers add only 18,000 jobs.
Top Obama adviser says unemployment won't be key in 2012
[*37] -- Or: "Whistling past the graveyard."
"TSA Agent Caught With Passenger's iPad in His Pants; Allegedly Took $50,000 in Other Goods, Cops Say"
And if Government Had Just Hired 14 Million People, There Wouldn't Be Any Unemployment at All!
Jobs and the Punting of Responsibility