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"I slept and dreamt that life was Joy.
I woke and saw that life was Duty.
I acted, and behold, Duty was Joy."
Rabindranath Tagore

"The skepticism about human rationality that science inspires should not be taken as support for authoritarianism or paternalism… On the contrary, it should render questionable all claims to wise and disinterested leadership, including those of America’s own altruistic progressive technocrats who propose policies to “nudge” the unenlightened masses into doing the right thing. It makes more sense to think of our leaders and intellectuals as half-crazed hooting howler monkeys — just like the rest of us."
Michael Lind, Salon, August 23,2011
“Seeing what isn’t there is half the job of being on the Left. The other half is changing what isn’t there through costly, intrusive, and ill-conceived initiatives (save 10 percent for keeping Charlie Rangel out of trouble).” -Abe Greenberg, October 9, 2009
“To date, what non-Obama voters see, and fear, is a candidate content to coast to the nomination and then conduct a blandly conservative campaign. They want a more substantive choice than that. They want to have it out over the worth or danger of Barack Obama’s ideas. They want the chance to ratify Washington’s enormous long-term claims on the country’s wealth, or decisively reject them." – Daniel Henninger, WSJ, July 21, 2011
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Saturday
May192012

Clearing the Browser Tabs*

*Yeah, I totally ripped off this from Sundries Shack.  H/t, h/t!

My opinion about l'affaire Saverin, written by someone else.

The Feds are killing towns, again.  This time, it's Tombstone, AZ.  Please refrain from using the words "common sense" and "federal regulations" in any but your most ironic musings.

Inspiration of the week.  If this doesn't make you get out the yoga mat, I don't know what will.

Hey, Girl:

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Black has the right of it, this Is not how a free society treats people. Nor is it how a society stays free.
May 19, 2012 | Unregistered Commenteraelfheld

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