A pretty good article here
from Daniel Henninger; he reports on the final day of oral arguments in
the Supreme Court's term. Very interesting, but what especially
tickled was this:
… Justice Souter had fixed the attorneys with a stiff, slightly scary New Hampshire stare.Beware, all you non-Graniteers! We've perfected that kind of thing up here.
Just across the Salmon Falls River, a Maine blogger named Lance Dutson
publishes the Maine Web Report.
His bête noir is the Maine Office of Tourism and how they
spend funds in trying to suck vacationers into the state; he's
especially unfond of Tourism's relationship with Warren Kremer Paino
Advertising, an agency located on Park Avenue in New York City.
Now Dutson's been hit with a multi-million dollar lawsuit from Warren
Kremer Paino. A good place to start is this
Pajamas Media article, full of relevant links. Also (via Instapundit) Ed Cone has
I'd like to urge anyone outraged by this to take their vacations in New Hampshire instead. That'll show 'em.
Have we mentioned that a lot (by which we mean: probably all) of
the political gasbaggery about fuel prices is grounded in economic
illiteracy? Oh, yeah,
we did. But since that post, there have been lots more
and none more entertaining than Mary Katherine Ham's interview
with Maria Cantwell (D-WA) excerpted at Wizbang.
The post also has links to a couple of columns from Thomas Sowell, also
On the other hand, if you (a) just want to have some web-surfing fun;
(b) have seen Shakespeare in Love; (c) have seen Star Wars
movies (the good ones): go see George Lucas in