Monthly Archives: March 2011
I’m so happy for Florida. I could even get a little weepy. The Florida House delivered a major blow to public employee unions Friday, approving a bill that would ban automatic dues deduction from a government paycheck and require members … Continue reading
Business will be more unfriendly to you A Massachusetts employment organization has canceled its annual job fair because not enough companies have come forward to offer jobs. Richard Shafer, chairman of the Taunton Employment Task Force, says 20 to 25 … Continue reading
Heh! That popping sound you hear? It’s Alan Gura cracking his knuckles. Tam on the CT law banning standard capacity magazines From what I understand, Gura used to need one of those leather gloves with the tops of the fingers … Continue reading
Old Democrat Line: No one who is on public assistance is choosing to not work! New Democrat Line: Striking union members who are choosing not to work so they can demand insipid items in their union contracts should be allowed … Continue reading
Un-indoctrinate your undergrad, recent graduate, or graduate student for FREE with these very cool-looking liberty-minded summer seminars. Located at various college campuses across the country, books, housing, etc. all FREE OF CHARGE courtesy of the Institute for Humane Studies. There … Continue reading
As Radley Balko notes, this is a one-sided account, but… wow.
NPR’s Steve Inskeep has a op-ed in the WSJ today — claiming NPR is not biased, because, gosh, lots of conservatives listen to it — that immediately brought to mind the phrase “methinks he protests too much.” Fun fisking here. … Continue reading
I got my 4-year-old nephew an Eyeclops magnifier last Christmas, and I understand he enjoys it. Pretty cool gadget. Here’s proof it’s not just for kids. That’s some cool shots right there.
I’ve had a few conversations about the economy as of late with folks whose “world view” is “left leaning”. They, of course, spend a goodly portion of the discussion telling me that we’re not broke, but that the money is … Continue reading