Chew On This: Old books, Government in Action and some Liquid
Tasty Links and the 60th Anniversary of 1984:
- Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell upheld by the US Supreme Court. (CNN)
- Six Shriners hospitals may close (CNN)
- Two US journalists get 12 years in a North Korean Prison, “smart diplomacy” at work. (FoxNews)
- Steven Colbert is in Iraq. Truthiness in action. (Fox News)
- Gov’t officals back off and quit harassing a pastor. He is now allowed to hold bible study classes in his home. (SondraK)
- Oh Noes! The Treasury Bond Market is taking a beating Jammiewearing fool breaks down the T-Bill beatdown. (CNBC, Jammiewearingfool)
- Famous Fakes Waronplagiarism.org
- Why Detroit is such a mess. (The Economist)
- Even the Fed is scared of the ballooning debt. (Powerline)
- The Chrysler sale to Fiat may be fishy. At least a Supreme Court Justice thinks so. (Newsbusters & Ace O’ Spades)
- For a long tome written back in the 1930’s, Rand’s book sure is popular today. (Dr. Helen)
- Speaking of popular books, Orwell’s 1984 is also becoming popular.(Michelle Malkin)
- Little Green Footballs with two overlooked stories: while Obama Worship approaches critical mass, Lebanon’s Pro-Western Parties are winning elections, but our Obamedia won’t report it!
- New Scientist explains why curve balls are so hard to hit.
- A-1 Skyraider vs. MiG-17, prop plane vs. jet. CMDR Salamander shows why American courage beats Commie’s every time.
- Health Insurance Companies want you to smoke (Sci-Am)
- According to CNN, Iranians wat peace with the US. I’ll believe it when I see fewer missiles pointed at the free world.
And now some liquid: