Political correctness as public choice? Erin O’Connor outlines the bureaucratic machinery of the academic liberal establishment.
Upstate New York school superintendant sent to detention for public display of affection.
Patio Pundit gives us an excellent post that explains why record store technology could have prevented a 1989 murder, and how that same technology promoted both honest markets and the development of country and rap music. Definitely worth a read.
The Washington Post carries a story about Castro’s take on U.S. accounting scandals. The piece describes how Cubans were rounded up from surrounding areas to attend the speech, and says that this was done “(w)ith the efficiency of a centrally planned socialist state.” Surely it isn’t the official position of the Washington Post that socialist central planning is efficient?
1% of office romances begin in the elevator.
Probably not a good idea to send a postcard to the cops when you’re no-showing a court appearance.
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