Archives for February 2013
We’re about 2/3 of the way toward our goal for the first leg of Freedom on Tour , the (Ron Paulian) Iowa GOP’s proposed series of events, to be keynoted by me, geared toward spreading the freedom message to rank-and-file members. Here’s my three-minute video describing the idea. If you can… Read More
That’s the headline at The Atlantic.
John Yoo, the executive supremacist who tailored the apologias for Bush-era exercises of executive power, now says targeted assassination is A-OK, assuring us that executive branch officials “may commit errors, but there is no reason to think they act in bad faith or for careerist purposes.” (Thanks… Read More
Here’s Leonard Read, founder of the Foundation for Economic Education. I had never heard him speak until this video.
At least 253,330 brain injuries and 1700 amputations , writes Spencer Ackerman.
Tax revenues fell precipitously in Greece last month.
Raytheon’s Rapid Information Overlay Technology, or Riot, seeks to gather intelligence on people by canvassing their social media. The Guardian reports : “Riot was featured in a newly published patent Raytheon is pursuing for a system designed to gather data on people from social networks, blogs… Read More
I was extremely surprised to learn this morning that Pope Benedict XVI, 85, has decided to renounce the papal chair on the grounds of advancing age and deteriorating health. In my opinion he has been the best pope since Pius XII. That’s not to say… Read More