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- The death of critical thinking in the freedom movement, part II. Kit Perez is on a roll.
- Among all the standard obits for ’70s teen idol David Cassidy, this one’s a little different. If you were ever in the seventh grade, you’ll understand.
- David Kopel writes about the American Indian origins of U.S. gun culture.
- Pennsylvania couple sues drug warriors (including the officious agent of their insurance company) for mistaking their garden flowers for pot.
- “How evil is tech?”, David Brooks asks. No more evil than guns, of course. But being used for far worse purposes.
- You think you did enough by turning off geolocation on your Android smartphone? Think again. (After this article appeared, Google said they were stopping that particular aspect of their eternal snooping.)
- Well, if that near-tripling of national park fees at peak season won’t even take care of 1% of the needs its supposed to cover, what will it do (other than keep the hoi palloi out)?
- Speaking of keeping out the non-elite, socially conscious lefties will soon have their own luxury hotel chain so they won’t have to sleep near the rest of us. (I foresee bankruptcy and civil rights suits)
- Dogs who tried to eat bees.