Monday, October 20th, 2008
I am shocked–shocked–that a guy who wrote a book called In Defense of Government would misdiagnose the financial meltdown as a deregulation problem, then blame libertarians for all of society’s woes. It’s odd. We libertarians can’t get either party to take our ideas seriously. But there are plenty of people on both sides of the ideological spectrum ready to blame us for the consequences of bad ideas we never endorsed.
TSA agent found with $200,000 of loot he stole from your suitcase, and was selling on eBay.
Thousands of DUI cases in Miami may have to be overturned after a lab technician was caught purging the machines of questionable results.
What would Milton Friedman say?
The dangers of legislating by anecdote. Too many bad ideas become law this way.
Alan Bean has excerpts from the actual affidavits of the recanting witnesses in the Troy Davis case.
This kid is pretty damned cute.