Sunday’s collection of links

One thing that I like to do is link to a few articles I’ve read throughout the week. It’s been a busy work week, but there has been some great articles that I’ve read. So in no particular order here is a summary of some of the more interesting one’s I’ve read.


Why is the state involved in marriage?
by Ed Morrissey over at Hot Air. This is Morrissey’s take on an article over at Town Hall titled Time For A Divorce


‘Morally Inexcusable’
Civil rights groups choose the teachers unions over black kids. Opinion article by the Wall Street Journal.


Democrats Against ObamaCare
The 1099 repeal fiasco, and the Snooki tax. Opinion article by the Wall Street Journal.


Obama: Not the Great Stone Face
by Victor Davis Hanson. Analysis on the political state of things and a suggestion for the current administration to last longer than Carter did.


The Rogues’ Gallery Of Government
Out of the opinion pages at Investors Business Daily. Private enterprise can do well what government does poorly; this opinion piece reminds of just how much doing poorly is going to cost the tax payer.


The Propaganda Of Incompetents
Also from Investors Business Daily. The piece is best described by it’s first sentence; “As the “recovery summer” turns into a nightmare, one thing has become painfully clear: This is the most economically incompetent administration since the Great Depression.“.


Valedictorian Speaks Out Against Schooling in Graduation Speech
A high schooler’s speech.


Day by Day cartoon
I never miss a day.


Material girl Michelle Obama is a modern-day Marie Antoinette on a glitzy Spanish vacation
Snarkiness from the NY Daily News.


U.S. To Train 3,000 Offshore IT Workers
News article from Information Weekly. After all the rhetoric we heard about “off shoring” and this administration trains foreign workers for the offshore industry.


Paul Krugman Gives Up
This article from American Thinker made me giggle. Krugman’s articles have always been over the top partisan rantings steeped in some serious “know-it-all” attitude. I’m surprised this didn’t happen sooner.


America’s Ruling Class — And the Perils of Revolution
This has to be some of the most insightful writing that I’ve read in years. I re-read it this week and pass the link on to my readers. This article is a must.

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