From TARP to Command and Control. Kudlow
The odd spiritualism of Arthur Conan Doyle
Liberal fantasyland: Hoven at Am Thinker
Newt on Pelosi. Harsh. CIA bites back.
Related: Reality arrives to the Dems. They are supposed to be running the country. They are supposed to grow up now.
Tortured logic re waterboarding. Waterboarding is just fine with me, but I can swim 1 1/2 laps underwater no problem. Not sure how many Jihadists are strong swimmers, but I do not care.
Saving the planet one private jet at a time.
Gun control as "reproductive justice"? I'm confused.
Do you want to know the cost of free government medical care? Related: Obama's health care fraud.
Tort law update: Bite-mark experts. Good grief.
AVI: Same Sex Marriage 2
Tom Hanks: We fudged the facts in Angels and Demons. Of course they did.
HALF SIGMA: Itís cheaper to own a car than to use mass transit. Conclusion: ďA walkable neighborhood, or an entirely walkable city like Manhattan, is a luxury good for rich people (a luxury good that I personally have been willing to pay for) and not an affordable alternative for regular middle class people, and especially not for regular middle class people with children.Ē
Five reasons political correctness must die. Moonbattery. We're doing our best to defeat it here at Maggie's.
Secular-Socialist Societies Suck out Your Soul. Indeed they do. Who would want to be a European - except for the cool welfare you get just for hanging out?
I noticed it too. Where's Hillary?
Californiaís going out of business! Everything must go! Unbelievable deals available on San Quentin State Prison, the L.A. Coliseum, and the Orange County Fairgrounds! Donít miss this once in a lifetime opportunity!
Interesting phenomenon that the USA is becoming more pro-life.
Chrysler and the rule of law.
Any excuse will do: Recession drives women to drink and gambling. Why not wild random sex too? I'm game.
In his debt: Maj. Hutchinson
Yuan set to "usurp" US dollar
Cutting off our nose to spite our face. Trade wars in recession. Stupid as can be.
The O is blowing $100 billion. Like it's his money to blow.
On health care fallacies, quoted at Outside the Beltway:
Iím seeing nascent signs of a new (but actually old) fallacy, namely that since health care costs can (will?) crush the budget, we donít have to worry so much about other expenditures. The mental story runs something like this: ďif we donít cure health care cost inflation, it doesnít matter; if we do cure health care cost inflation, we can afford it.Ē Thatís exactly the kind of false mental framing that behavioral economics identifies as irrational in other settings.
Photo: The girl next door, via Theo.