7-30-16 Hodgepodge

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Present and Absent

Over the next week, various family and professional obligations will significantly affect my schedule. I expect to be able to post, but that may be irregular. I may also be slow(er) than usual in replying to email and moderating comments. Thank you for your patience.

Weekend Reading

"These Democrats are harder on Republicans than they permit Republicans to be on Islam -- the religion of subjugating women and throwing gays off of buildings." -- Michael Hurd, in "Democrats Ignore Radical Islam's Atrocities" at Newsmax

"Why is it wrong for Hillary to lie about her emails so she can be president but okay for Trump to lie about his opponents so he can be president?" -- Charlotte Cushman, in "Should Cruz Endorse Trump for the 'Good of the Country'?" at The American Thinker

"[H]ere are three suggestions that might help resolve arguments over spending and/or saving money..." -- Michael Hurd, in "Love And Money ... Both Matter!" at The Delaware Wave

"[I]f you never allow yourself the freedom of being out of touch, you've made yourself a slave to that phone, and, by definition, to other people's whims." -- Michael Hurd, in "Turning Off the Cell Phones..." at The Delaware Coast Press

"The failures of the Indian Health Service (and of the VA system) should serve as a warning to Americans of the dangers of government-run medicine." -- Paul Hsieh, in "The Failure of 'Single Payer' Health Care for the US Indian Health Service" at Forbes

-- CAV

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