Is it time to rethink the need for public sector unions? (NB. great cartoon included!)
Why aren't college undergrads majoring in the humanities like they used to? I can personally attest to his diagnosis of the problem.
P.C. history vs. Real history: what's at stake for our civil society?
Great story about a mom struggling to deal with her easily frustrated 8 y.o. son: "My Prickly Priest"
Belgium steps closer to extinction. Free-market, politically conservative, economically prosperous Flanders wins the referendum on separating from socialist, politically liberal, economically depressed Wollania. Apparently, the Flemish are tired of supporting their Nanny State neighbors to the south.
The Palestinian president tells B.O.: don't pressure Israel to lift the blockade of Gaza. . .only the terrorists would benefit.
With Helen Thomas out of the room, will the White House Press Corps get even wimpier? Better question: is it possible for the WHPC to get any wimpier?
Are we being governed by professors? Looks like it. Though I'd rather be governed by the philosophy department than the English department!
Reforming tenure rules for public school teachers in CO. Once a means of providing scholars with a defense against being fired for holding unpopular positions on hot-button issues, tenure has become an end in itself--a utopian goal of life-long employment that produces predictable ideological conformity and massive fiscal irresponsibility.
Heh. Maybe not ALL Nanny State social engineering/meddling is a bad thing. "Maternity leave" for fathers in Sweden.
The history of B.O.'s Justice Dept.'s defense of voter intimidation in Philadelphia. This time the scandal is both the misdeed and the cover-up.
Every sport in the world could disappear tomorrow, and I wouldn't notice until someone mentioned it to me. Just not a fan. However, this analysis of the differences between international sports teams and U.S. teams is interesting for its political insights.
Hilarious anti-Bush sign at a protest march. . .truly a LOL moment.
Is the Church a cruise ship or a battleship? I say: the Church is a fishing trawler whose crew never throws back anything they catch. . .though sometimes what we catch jumps overboard.
A letter to God arrives at the post office. . .
The Rules for "Calling Shotgun". I always invoke Special Cases Rule no. II.6., a.k.a. the Too Wide Exemption.
Disgusting canned foods. . .and I use the word "food" with great hesitation.
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