Labor Day Linkorama

  • Now this study must be 100% accurate.
  • While this is about politics, I mainly link to it for the inspiring story of Sam Meas, running for Congress three decades after his family was butcher by the Khmer Rouge.
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  • Why do I like Anne Applebaum, apart from her amazing book Gulag? Because she’s admitting she was wrong on Iraq. I think half the problems in this country would go away if people could admit when they’re wrong.
  • You’re Full Of It Watch: Joe Biden.
  • Daily Kos has a fit because the deficit commission is likely to recommend “cuts” to Social Security (see previous postings on the nature of these “cuts”). The idea, here, however, is supposed to be compromise. If we get spending cuts, I’ll acquiesce to tax hikes.
  • How can illegal immigration be going down? Obama is turning this place into a welfare state and not enforcing the border, right? Shouldn’t that be drawing more of them in, complete with anchor babies?
  • more on the ridiculous CPSIA.
  • A double whammy from Lenore Skenazy. A horror story of Zero Tolerance stupidity; and why these measures are stupid to being with.
  • The dim bulb legislature in California condemns the FTA that would open markets to their products.
  • Russ Roberts tackles the myth that WW2 ended the Depression.
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