If it’s a Wednesday in January, it means I’ll be away from the computer pretty much all day. Blogging will be light, but as soon as I can, I’ll post a link to the latest episode of The Delivery (which was good!) and a couple other stories that have been percolating in my head. In the meantime, enjoy Hump Day.
And now, links!
- If you live to be a hundred, you will not find a more inane “explanation” of what is and isn’t Constitutional than this blather from Super-Genius Sheila Jackson-Lee.
- The administration must be more worried about the Republican plan to repeal Obamacare than they’re letting on, else they would never have released this scare-report from HHS. Perhaps they realize that we’re no longer buying their flim-flammery.
- The Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) held a meeting on Martin Luther King, Jr. day and they had a couple unusual guests of honor. At least they were unusual if you buy the conventional wisdom that conservatives are all racists.
- This video of Herman Cain debating then-President Bill Clinton on the President’s national health care plan has been making the rounds the past couple days. It’s worth watching, especially now that Cain is making serious noise about a 2012 campaign run.
- Rand Simberg wrote a good piece on what a conservative space policy might look like (via Jonah Goldberg).
- CSI: Tuscon. <thewho>YEEEEEEAAAAAAAH!</thewho>
- Mark Hemingway: Labor’s Last Stand. It can’t come soon enough for me.
- In a better world, the guys who do Trifecta would get paid tons of cash and it’d get aired on Fox News.