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Tuesday links

  • “The verdict that may shake Russia.” I damn well hope so. The only thing this guy’s guilty of is challenging authority.
  • Hey, this might work — being “too systemically important” to fail. Worth a try, anyhow.
  • A word that’s been crying out to be invented: screwflation.
  • Juries. They’re starting to rebel. (The good news is from Ellendra in a recent comment section.)
  • Hm. In this economy, people are still quitting their jobs with no new work lined up. The article tsk tsks. But it kinda makes sense — considering screwflation and all.
  • What kind of “justice” system sends somebody to prison for years on a “he said/she said”? (And even worse when there’s ample reason to think the “she” in question is a liar). Oh. The kind of “justice” system that gets its knickers in a knot when the subject is firearms. Thank heaven for New Hampshire neighbors.
  • And you thought the DEA was merely an evil nuisance when it came to drugs and freedom. Here’s a little mission creep for ya: They’re becoming an evil nuisance just like the CIA.
  • Those last two items were via Rational Review News — which now has a new URL and a spiffy new look. It also has [UPDATE: most of] the funds it needed for this quarter — which I’m thinking might be thanks to many of you.
  • Some of you guys might have seen this hysterical dog story on Joel’s blog weeks ago. But since every animal person I know keeps going back to it and laughing their heads off all over again, I thought it was worth another link. Enjoy.

… Because tomorrow we get serious. It’s [drums of doom] New Years resolution time [/drums of doom].


  1. MamaLiberty
    MamaLiberty December 28, 2010 9:32 am

    I made a new year’s resolution about 10 years ago, and I’m still keeping it without any problems.

    What was it? No more new year’s resolutions!! LOL

  2. clayton
    clayton December 28, 2010 10:32 pm

    Email me so I can send your xmas gift to you!!!!
    All the best!

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