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Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Lunch-time linkage

Here's a little round-up from the liberto-/conservo-sphere:

NAACP will vote on whether or not Tea Partiers are racist today.

Small Dead Animals does not love the Western Standard.

Ted Nugent wonders how Canadians are to be trusted with chainsaws and blowtorches.

The libertarian hunter-gatherer caveman diet guy, John Durant, on the Jimmy Moore show.

How Google's open-ended maps are getting embroiled in touchy geo-political disputes.

Brits are starting to think twice about government-run health care.

Why partisans are immune to facts (and why facts might just make things worse). h/t

Brink Lindsey, Jonah Goldberg & Matt Kibbe debate about where libertarians belong.

Judge Andrew Napolitano says George W. Bush and Dick Cheney should be indicted.

A week of living free at New Hampshire's Porc Fest.

Posted by P.M. Jaworski on July 13, 2010 in Libertarianism | Permalink


Ted Nugent forgot about propane tanks.

Im waiting for our government to set up a billion dollar bureaucracy to license and register propane tanks..

Posted by: don b | 2010-07-13 2:42:42 PM

Shame on you. I swore I'd never visit small dead animals again, and you tricked me into linking to them. You made a liar out of me.

Ted Nugent is a funny guy, but it isn't constructive to align yourself with crazy people. Besides, he's sort of a pretender. Real woodsmen don't call deermeat "venison".

Posted by: dp | 2010-07-13 3:17:17 PM

That's an old North American cultural oddity, dp. In Europe, venison is the food of royalty. In North America, it's something you scrape off your bumper.

Posted by: Shane Matthews | 2010-07-13 7:04:34 PM

Closer to two billion by now, Don. That represents a cost overrun of ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND PERCENT. That's gotta be some kind of record. And they let this sycophantic gimp run a university?

Posted by: Shane Matthews | 2010-07-13 7:07:48 PM

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