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- Just when you think a killer cop might actually get something more than a slap on the wrist …
- There are Nepalese soldiers? In Haiti??? This has nothing to do with the earthquake. But possibly everything to do with the cholera outbreak that’s sickened thousands and killed hundreds. The world. It’s a very strange place. Nepalese “peacekeepers.” In Haiti.
- But the world can be a strangely moving place. What sweet people.
- Hm. You don’t really suppose execs at MSNBC thought Keith Olbermann was unbiased, do you?
- This is the way some libertarians think the Internet should operate. Uh uh. Not me. No thanks. (But LOL, the pirating editor in question not only misspells the name of one of her own publications (shouldn’t that be Housatonic, not Housitonic?), but the “corrections” she made to the article she stole were apparently total bloopers.)
- C^2 sends along this insider’s article on the late, unlamented census. And you wonder why people think fedgov representatives are arrogant, untrustworthy, and to be avoided by all sane & sensible people?
- I don’t suppose there are really any big revelations in the new study on libertarian morality. (The biggest surprise is that somebody actually did such a study.) Still … interesting and sometimes uncomfortably familiar.
- Blog-reader Mark has gone out and made one of the world’s only non-boring Facebook pages. Boycott Flying. Filled with links about the TSA’s porno-scanners and hands-on sexual molestation. Great example of how little grains of sand begin to pile up — and can eventually bury an empire. One person’s idea sparks another, which sparks another, which leads to action, which … well, you know. Here’s another example — found via Mark’s excellent new page.