From Peter Robinson: And—really, the most disturbing question—why do we all put up with it? Read the whole thing. . . .
Archive for May, 2008
And I am not talking about the earth moving. Glenn Reynolds notes: I suspect that the one-child policy is amplifying the effects here. Indeed, for example: “Parents of the estimated 10,000 children who lost their lives in the quake have grown so enraged about collapsed schools that they have overcome their usual caution about confronting [...]
Terry Teachout remembers waving the flag. President Bush also remembers.
Spread the word regarding this moronic policy. The Subway sandwich corporation is holding a story-writing contest for kids. You can win athletic equipment, gift baskets, or sandwich shop cash cards. Except if you’re a homeschooled student in the “Untied (sic) States.” Perhaps they fear the homeschooled students will call attention to all their spelling errors. [...]
Terry Teachout remembers. More: Part 2 of 3: Part 3 of 3: The interview is interesting given the time period.
Indeed: We are, understandably, concentrating on our election campaign. But Iran is not taking any time outs. Not only is the country doing major mischief in Iraq, it’s pursuing a nuclear program that has slipped from our headlines. . . . I have no idea whether Israel has made an intelligence breakthrough, but it does [...]