Monthly Archives: February 2011

Torchwood–when did whining men become sexy?

Is it a metrosexual thing? Torchwood, a spinoff of Doctor Who, is pretty entertaining. But it has one of the most “inexplicably attractive” characters ever.  In addition to being whiny, surly, insulting, and self-absorbed, “Owen” isn’t even that attractive.  But … Continue reading

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The Outrageous Limits of Liberty.

(WARNING—INCREDIBLY OFFENSIVE IDEAS WILL BE USED TO PROVE A POINT.) Brett called “nonsense!” on a comment of mine at this post, saying, A right is something the individual holds against the majority. By definition, a right is not negotiable. The … Continue reading

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It is so a toomah!

The ever-excellent Walter Russell Mead on the growing rift between blue state Democratic and public workers. I’ve used the symbiote vs. parasite idea. There’s another analogy that’s even better, since government is part of America. The symbiote/parasite comparison falsely implies … Continue reading

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Poor, poor teachers.

VDH gives details. To repeat my argument: better to underpay teachers than overpay them.

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Another glimpse into America’s medical future.

By glancing at Britain’s medical present.

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“Breast Panels”

Ah, the joys of rationing.

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“Big Government” around the world.

Austin Hill has the round-up.

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