Monthly Archives: February 2011
Haven’t tried it out yet, but this looks like a pretty cool tool.
Last year, David linked to a retelling of John Carpenter’s “The Thing” from the alien creature’s perspective. Well, how would you like to read Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” from Mordor’s view? As bad lots go, you can’t get … Continue reading
Kudos to NSSF for finding this.
Is that Cyber Security is becoming Cyber War, and our liberty could well be lost in the crossfire.
I’m always on the fence about unions – half the time, I think they serve a noble purpose, the other half I find them to be just as bad as the employers they claim to protect workers from. However, this … Continue reading
I figured out what all those Irish unemployed mortgage brokers are up to. Just got this email: “This is to inform you that your email #05, 17, 18, 22, 34, 37 Bonus 35 have been selected for a cash prize … Continue reading
I wouldn’t necessarily hold this sort of thing against the president — after all, I’ve still got a bunch of Christic Institute stuff in the garage somewhere from my days as an undergraduate at UC Berkeley — but the emphasis … Continue reading
Excellent commentary at the American Thinker. …the workers[‘] … agricultural-age peasant culture… experiences the world as a fixed pie where you have to fight for your share or get it from a powerful patron. That’s just not how the world … Continue reading
Oh, this is gonna be good. If you haven’t read the book, well, you have a treat in store for you.
When you look at it properly, the light shines right on through Public employees unions are an interesting hybrid. Industrial unions are organized against the might and greed of ownership. Public employees unions are organized against the might and greed…of … Continue reading