Saturday, August 21, 2010
- Paul Hsieh writes about "Transparency for Thee, but not for Me" at PajamasMedia, ...
- ... and says why, "The Real Problem Is Not the Mosque but the Nukes" at The American Thinker.
- Amit Ghate discusses the separation of "Ideas and the State" at PajamasMedia.
- Don Watkins and Yaron Brook discuss "The U.S. Anti-Business Epidemic" at Forbes.
- Alex Epstein notes that, "Obama Follows Nixon On Oil Spills," at The Wall Street Journal, where the subtitle elaborates that, "The overreaction to Santa Barbara in 1969 left the country dangerously vulnerable."
Stephen Bourque discusses a blatant attempt to use a failure of government planning to justify more government planning.
I felt the urge last week to listen to some Run-DMC and ran across a relatively young Penn and Teller playing an integral part in the video of "It's Tricky." I remember watching this video when I was a kid, but not that Penn and Teller were in it: I hadn't heard of them yet.
8-23-10: Added link to Amit Ghate's editorial. Ironically, he recently blogged on the very "problem" that caused me to miss his article!
8-26-10: Corrected a typo.