Deadlining this week as well as doing my small bit to get The Zelman Partisans ready for its next big step (look for it mid-April, Lord willing and the crick don’t rise). So blogging is a bit slow. But got some links for ya …
- Missed an important anniversary in the history of government on Monday: passage of the Enabling Act. March 23, 1933.
- Personally, I think if they can’t afford to pay for their own first-class travel, the whole scurvy bunch of ’em ought to just hitchhike and stay in hostels. And what the heck is a “first lady,” anyhow, and why should any sane human being want one? She wouldn’t be worth it even if she cost only $1.98 in upkeep.
- One more reason not to live in California: the Obamacare of energy policies.
- Fabulous opening line: “It’s spring, and just as the appearance of shoots and buds makes you optimistic that winter is departing, so too are there signs around the country that make you optimistic that our leviathan state is, if not departing, at least starting to retreat.” New Mexico abolishes asset forfeiture without criminal conviction.
- The .sucks domain is almost here — and its price structure makes it look like a very clever shakedown scheme.
- “We were wolves once …
- … and maybe some of us still are. (H/T jed from comments)