Yeah, I’ve been out of commission. My excuses: deadlines, a migraine, and last night’s Colts-Titans game. The good news is, the FDA has now approved Botox injections for migraines. Which means less pain for me, and I’ll get to keep my youthful, girlish glow.
Here are your morning links:
- Chicago requires range training to get a gun permit. But Chicago has also banned gun ranges.
- Don’t drink and drive, or this scary black man might rape you.
- The shameful media attacks on Julian Assange.
- Aurora, Illinois police seize $190,000 in a forfeiture case, despite no drugs and no drug charges. Judge orders them to give it back. Police are refusing, saying they’ve given the money to the Department of Homeland Security.
- The foolishness of campaign finance reformers.
- Not exactly sure what this “investigation” is supposed to prove. There is a problem with food stamps going to people who don’t need them. But that’s not really what the Daily Caller piece is about.
- The best interview with a vacuum cleaner salesman that you’ll read today. And I don’t mean that in a damning-with-faint-praise kind of way. It’s a terrific interview.
- “This is not public property. This is state property.”