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Monthly Archives: July 2014
The other day, I ran across an article at National Review Online that discussed the current online “thing” called “Women Against Feminism.” Today a Facebook friend and colleague of mine had a post on the same topic (apparently, the Today show had … Continue reading
Over at Reason (which, by the way, is hiring), there’s a blog post about an assortment of budget cuts former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels has made at Purdue, where he is now president. I offer no comment as to the goodness … Continue reading
Terry Bozzio is a drummer with a remarkable resume, ranging from Frank Zappa’s band to new wavers Missing Persons and prog supergroup U.K.. He combines technical skill with musicality in a manner too often overlooked in a world of “drum performance as … Continue reading
I have never liked Dickens. Well, that’s probably not fair — I never met the guy, but then I never met Samuel Johnson either, and that hasn’t quelled my affection. But I do not like — and never have liked … Continue reading
The Federal Register (the compendium of U.S. regulations — call it the footprint of bureaucracy) weighed in at 78,961 pages in 2012. There is no reason to assume that number has declined since then. The U.S. tax code came in … Continue reading
A Facebook friend of mine posted a link to a February article from Americans Against the Tea Party, contending that the heaviest users of food stamps are white folks from Red States, and cites Kentucky’s Owsley County as an example. … Continue reading