Here’s a bunch of links I saw today that I thought you might like.
- "A fundamental misalignment between political incentives and economic requirements"
- Bayou Renaissance Man: The financial crisis gains momentum
I really, really hate being a ‘prophet of doom’ type. I upset even those closest to me when I talk about the current financial crisis, because they say that since there’s nothing they can do about it, they see no point in talking about it. Some have even accused me of schadenfreude, which certainly isn’t true, since my financial ox is about to be gored as hard as anyone else’s!
- Damn the Constitution full speed ahead…. « N.U.G.U.N. – New User of GUNs
- Researchers predict UN Arms Trade Treaty will be finalized by summer – National gun rights | Examiner.com
if the folks behind this power grab had any respect for rights, they would not be behind it in the first place. It is incumbent on each of us to be aware of threats, including those which may appear to be on a distant horizon
- Accept The Challenge: Prettiest Horse In The Glue Factory
Seven days of food, guns and ammo, and they can “disappear” you?
93 out of 100 US Senators voted for the bill. They all voted en masse to abrogate the Constitution.
- First Principles And Politics – MarketTicker Forums
Who owns your physical person as a legal adult of 18 or more years age?
- The Shoe is on the Other Foot | Random Nuclear Strikes
Last Wednesday, the House of Representatives passed the REINS (Regulations from the Executive In Needs of Scrutiny) Act. This bill would give veto power over Executive Orders and other regulations coming from the Executive Office to the controlling party of either chamber of Congress.
- They thought long and hard about it | Random Nuclear Strikes
And two economist professors to the left of Paul Krugman have published a paper (pdf) stating that the “optimal” top tax rate should be…….
- CONTAGION – Global Guerrillas
When the histories are written about his era, this word may prove to be central: contagion. Why? We’re all connected — on every level between the physical and logical — for the first time in history.
- Is it still paranoia?
A near-record level of Americans, 64 percent, say that “big government” is a bigger threat to the country than “big business” or “big labor,” according to a new poll.