Did you know you can send money to Your Federal Government
not because you want to avoid legal
unpleasantries, but just because you feel like it?
Tim Worstall investigates,
and provides you an address to which you can send that check, and how
much money has been received into that account recently. (As you might
expect, calling the amount "negligible" would be a vast exaggeration.)
Tim's reporting leads him to the following conclusion about
folks advocating tax increases:
They mean taxes should rise for you, not that they should rise for them.
For if they really did believe that the Federal Government spends money
better, more wisely, deserves it more, than they themselves do, wouldn't
there be rather more flowing into that account?
That's my libertarian rant for today.
David Weigel notes
that many political blogs are showing drops in traffic. But this caught
The bloggers who finally establish liberal and conservative sites in
Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada are going to find
themselves incredibly popular come late 2007.
Well, we'll see how that works out, I guess.
(But I always thought
these guys and
this guy were already
In the omigod-this-can't-be-true department: Barbara Eden is
72 today. (Or, as Wikipedia notes, maybe 76.) Sheesh.
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