- Headline of the day.
- Six policies economists love and politicians hate.
- Today’s edition of “Never call the cops for any reason whatsoever”.
- Holy conflict of interest, Batman!
- Washington judge rules it’s legal for cops to impersonate the owner of a seized cell phone in order to entrap people in the contact list.
- Two men detained for smuggling dangerous contraband candy across Canadian border.
- The Brady Campaign’s response to the Aurora, Colorado murders: guns are bad.
- “A plea deal was struck because of concerns about whether a jury would be able to agree that a prostitute had been raped.”
- Once a month, I publish a short-short story (often fantasy or science fiction, but not always) in which one of the main characters is a whore of one sort or another. These are not erotica; few even mention sex, and in those that do (such as this month’s) it’s both demurely-described and over in a sentence or two. I suspect most Agitator readers might prefer the one from last July; if you enjoy both of those and would like to see more, here are all 25 which have appeared so far.
(Thanks to Radley for the first three items, Jesse Walker for the fourth and Agitatortot David for the fifth.)