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- Well. That didn’t take long. Vanity Fair decrees that anybody who doesn’t believe the fedgov’s every word on the death of Osama Bin Laden is a member of the tinfoil hat brigade. I don’t know what really happened. You don’t know what really happened. But we’re apparently nuts simply because … get ready for it … we suspect the federal government doesn’t always tell the exact, absolute truth about everything!
- Remember yesterday’s moronic economic analysis from the Washington Post? I think there’s a conspiracy between that guy and this NY Times opinionator. Two people just can’t be that stupid in the same way on the same topic at the same time by coincidence. There’s a boogeyman under your bed murmuring “End the Fed, end the Fed.” Don’t let the boogeyman get you!
- From Paddy in one of yesterday’s comments sections: “The Irrelevance of the Death of Bin Laden. Yep. And this, too from Kevin Wilmeth at Rifleman Savant. One of the few local friends who reads my blog was disappointed that I didn’t have more to say on Bin Laden’s alleged death. But I knew you guys would fill in all the blanks with your comments.
- Should you “go Galt” and strike? Objectivist think piece. In the Christian Science Monitor, of all places. I love it.
- Hey. The Notorious Oregon LawHobbit has a brand-new gun blog. Well, a guns, law, money, and politics blog. (He swears Jim Bovard made him do it.)