URLs du Jour


Look much like spring where you are? Here neither.

  • Katherine Mangu-Ward discusses the tendency of Florida to mess up otherwise orderly elections.
    This winter, the Florida Democratic party moved their primary up to a week before Super Tuesday, eager for the nation to watch its pilgrimage to the voting booth with bated breath once again. The national party warned that there would be consequences for states that jumped the line, and lo and behold: The Florida Democrats were stripped of their convention delegates.

  • What to do? Never fear. Floridian Dave Barry provides the answer.

  • I didn't have anything intelligent to say about the Obama speech on his nutty minister. Over at the Corner, Charles Murray does. Bottom line:
    I can’t vote for him. He is an honest-to-God lefty. He apparently has learned nothing from the 1960s. His Supreme Court nominees would be disasters. And maybe he is too green and has lived too much of his adult life in a politically correct bubble. But the other day he talked about race in ways that no other major politician has tried to do, with a level of honesty that no other major politician has dared, and with more insight than any other major politician possesses. Not bad.
    I would have been just snarky enough to append "… for a politician" there. But read the whole thing.

  • It was no picnic for Jesus, so what are your odds? Crucifiction is bad for you. (Via Geek Press.)