Monday Linkorama

  • A Tale of Two Counties that perfectly illustrates how we’ve gotten into such a deep fiscal hole.
  • I love the graph at this site about Cash for Clunkers. It perfectly illustrates the point the critics were trying to make. The program just changed when people bought cars, not whether they bought them.
  • This is amazing.
  • Nope. No such thing as defensive medicine. Nothing to see here. Move along.
  • Jesus. Why do politicians have to stick their noses into everything.
  • There is no place in America more dangerous than between Chuck Schumer and a microphone. Now he’s on about call centers. Because the Future of America is in answering phones? Or because people bitch about their calls being handled in India?
  • It’s depressing to read stories like this. The Obama Administration is no friend of liberty. Oh, and Jim Bunning is an asshole. But you already knew that.
  • However, one of the things I like about Obama is his calm demeanor. Apparently, this isn’t sitting well in some quarters that think he should blow his stack more often. I’m sorry. The last thing we need in this country is another president who promotes a perpetual sense of crisis.
  • Another hilarious review of the recent S&C movie.