Monthly Archives: May 2012

Random Criticism of Government

I’m falling behind on criticizing government. Pretty soon people are going to wonder if I’m a real libertarian or not. So here are three issues that caught my attention recently. The Marianas Money Meltdown The Northern Marianas’ public employees pension … Continue reading

Posted in Politics in General | 16 Comments

IDEALog Comparison, or Libertarianism != Extremism

I guest posted this at the League of Ordinary Gentlemen. Much debate ensued, a very little of it even managing to be about the topic of the post. Thanks to all who took the time to take the IDEALog survey … Continue reading

Posted in Analyzing Libertarianism | 4 Comments

Why I hate the media, part 9,783

From MSNBC. President Barack Obama continues to hold a small – and slightly narrowing – lead over Mitt Romney, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll (emphasis added)… This poll…shows the Democrat leading Romney by four points among … Continue reading

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Siesta? I Don’t Need No Stinking Siesta!

In the comments of the prior post, Lance writes, “it appears our host is taking a post semester siesta.” Ah, sweet innocence. Just kidding. Actually, in addition to a couple of long days of work on course development, I’ve been … Continue reading

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I Feel Better

I found out today that of that 21% of American Government students who failed, all but one is on academic suspension.  You don’t get that for failing just one class, so clearly these students were blowing off more than just … Continue reading

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