Friday Linkorama

Non-political links:

  • Best wishes to Christopher Hitchens. I frequently disagree with him, but am rarely disappointed and usually enlightened.
  • Educated women are having more children. I’m not sure why this would be so.
  • As it turns out, our kids is safe on the internets. Not that the media would let you know this. And it’s going to get safer if the xxx top-level domain starts moving porn sites into easily identified and blocked areas of the web.
  • Political links:

  • Another of the worst of the worst is released from Gitmo.
  • Our cowardly media. And they have the temerity to call out Rolling Stone for printing quotes from McChrystal.
  • Remember when Bush held funding hostage to things like abstinence education? Looks like the Obama Administration learned the wrong lesson from this. They’re now holding aide hostage to a pro-choice agenda (modulo National Review’s inevitable exaggeration).
  • Finland creates a right to broadband. But you can not have a right to things; that means you have right to someone else’s labor.
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