Monday Linkorama

Non-Political Links:

  • This is how I feel about 3-D movies. They don’t add much to experience other than price.
  • Facebook win.
  • An alternative therapy flow chart.
  • Political Links:

  • More light rail follies, this time from Detroit and Atlanta. I can tell you from having lived in Atlanta, the are flushing $100 million down the toiler.
  • Yet more evidence that if Ronald Reagan were around today, the GOP would denounce him as a dangerous RINO.
  • You’re full of it watch: Retroactive Edition. I was reading this amazing story about false confessions. I then googled the Central Park Jogger case and came across this repulsive sneering article by Ann Coulter saying the accused were definitely guilty. I wonder if she ever admitted to be wrong about that?
  • An interesting critique of modern education. I somewhat agree, but I really think the solution is to allow more private and local control to spur innovation. Some kids do well in the assembly line; some don’t. Let the parents choose rather than force a one-size-fits-all solution on the entire nation. Needless to say, this is the opposite of what our leaders are doing.
  • No, Virginia, the clusterfuck at the banks is not going to let you welch on your mortgage. This is one of those times when practical considerations may have to trump free market ideology.
  • You know, Gawker has a point.
  • An amazing and repulsive land grab in Hawaii.
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