Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Around the Web

At NewsReal, here's Kathy Shaidle on the vile George Soros. 

Wouldn't you know it: no sooner did I complete and submit Monday's NewsReal post on Obama's tax policies than I come across the Heritage Foundation's analysis of the very same subject. Read 'em both.

The late Michael Jackson is getting a video game. Umm....

Two thoughtful challenges to libertarians' rosy predictions about drug legalization, courtesy of economist Craig Newmark and the Heritage Foundation. (And while we're on the subject, here's an oldie-but-goodie from Robert Stacy McCain.)

John Hawkins takes on Republicans (sadly, including Paul Ryan) who insipidly propose "truces" on social issues.

Michael Rubin identifies fun and games in Turkey.

I'm glad to see the folks at RedState notice the stench around David Frum.

And apparently Barack Obama and Sarah Palin are going to share an appearance in an upcoming Archie storyline. Here's hoping they keep it truly non-partisan.

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