A new black market in laundry detergent →
Over the past few months, the police force in Prince George’s County, Maryland has been dealing with a strange rash of robberies. Thieves have been going into grocery stores and drug stores, loading their carts up with Tide laundry soap, and then rushing out the door where they have a get-away car waiting. As Anthony Randazzo explains, it turns out that the detergent is street currency for...
The Intentional Life: If conservatives treated men... →
theintentionalife: …A man seeking a vasectomy would be asked by his doctor to obtain his wife or girlfriend’s permission first. They would be asked “But…don’t you want to get a girl pregnant someday? All guys want to do that eventually.” …Viagra would not have ever been a covered medication on insurance plans held… I take it you’ve never known anyone who has gotten a vasectomy....
Ron Paul spoke at UCLA last night with several thousand people showing up to...– Washington Times I would add that this shows that Paul has fervent supporters who probably won’t be won over by another candidate. And that a lot of Paul’s supporters are young, which bodes extremely well for the future. I think Paul once said something along the lines of ‘No army...
The strongest argument for free enterprise is that it prevents anybody from...– Milton Friedman (via whakatikatika)
New Belgium is building a brewery in North... →
Hopefully this means we’ll be seeing more of their brews on the East Coast, specifically Pennsylvania. I love their beer (I had some in D.C.) but it’s impossible to get around here. I want to try their Biere de Mars so very badly.
Ronald Reagan once said that the most terrifying... →
Judge allows man to use drug money to pay taxes →
I’m actually a little surprised that this turned out his way: A judge ruled this week that money seized in a Burlington police drug bust could be used to pay the defendant’s property taxes. The man was, apparently, selling pot because he was behind on his property taxes, a choice that the judge called a “bad decision.” But, hey, it’s a recession! It’s hard...
Obama Defends Supreme Court Remarks →
50statepress: It is, of course, absurd (and a manifestation of both arrogance and naivete) that President Obama should attempt to lecture the Supreme Court. Fortunately, it seems pretty clear that we have nine justices who are simply intent upon doing their jobs, and could really could care less about what the President has to say.