New Year’s Linkorama

It’s been nothing but Linkoramas lately. But I’ve been posting some article at the other blog. Hopefully, now that the holidays are over, I can get back to being my usual cantankerous self.

  • Climate Crock of the Week takes on the medieval warming period. On the flip side, Ronald Bailey takes the air out of the rising oceans hysteria.
  • Bad taxes — both cuts and hikes. Will there ever come a day where our politicians see the tax system as a way to raise money not to create social engineering?
  • If you wonder why US health costs are soaring, here’s a big reason.
  • Cracked, being better than the MSM, reviews overlooked celebrity deaths of 2009.
  • I have to agree with Neal Boortz. Every year, one random homeowner’s association should be taken out and shot.
  • Interesting analysis hints that speculation, not subprimes, caused the collapse.
  • You can run but you can’t hide.