Leaving tonight for a fishing trip (not for Catfish, however), so I will offer this good pile of items:
What it's like to be a bat.
The Englishman appreciates Scalia's historical sense. As do I.
Why humans left Africa 80,000 years ago
Why men are becoming reluctant to volunteer with kids.
Brits harassed for flying their flag
The Canadian Human Rights folks blinked. Driscoll is quite right: it was to save themselves.
What change does Obama offer us? JC Phillips
Americans overwhelmingly support conservative economic policies
Swedish nanny state wants to tell you who to invite to your birthday party. They should tell their nanny to go jump in the lake, or fjord, or whatever.
More on "I hate practicing medicine."
Via Bainbridge: Justice Breyer as culture warrior.
Re guns, Surber's Just ask me
What's really up with Arctic sea ice? (And do we care? Well, it is interesting.)
My view on oil markets. Coyote
Time for a Grand New Party?
Beijing is ready. Just don't breath the air.
I agree that this is stupid.
Liberals as enablers of totalitarianism
Taliban back to their old ways. Gateway
I went to Wiki today to check the history of the Fairness Doctrine
I also had to refresh my understanding of the Turing Test. The real question is whether people can think.
The value of a practical education: John Hawks. Related, at Villainous, who wonders who should teach
From a piece at Dino:
The Beltway MSM are historically 12 to 1 for the Democratic ticket, and have said that their favorable coverage is worth perhaps 15 points in electoral results. That’s in a normal year. But this appears not to be a normal year; we sense that there’s payback on the minds of some in the press. The coverage could get pretty out-of-control before November rolls around.