October 31, 2011

THINGS YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED THIS WEEKEND, if you were out, you know, having a life or something:

My Sunday New York Post column: Government inflated the college loan bubble, but Obama isn’t fixing it.

Now online: Video of my keynote speech at the Harvard Law School constitutional-convention conference. All the conference video is collected here.

New York police union protests prosecution of police who break the law.

An epic population bomb fail.

Dartmouth’s diversity problem.

Howard Stern does the #Occupy reporting others won’t.

All is proceeding as I have foreseen.

Is the New Class killing the Middle Class?

Hennepin County prosecutor gets it right.

More on the $10,000 college degree. Why aren’t Rick Perry’s proposals getting more attention?

Unexpectedly! The debt fallout: How Social Security went ‘cash negative’ earlier than expected.

In California, a rural rebellion is brewing.

The Livestrong App wins a fan.

I asked Michael Walsh if there was anything I could do for him after his heart surgery, and he said to plug his new novel, Shock Warning. Authors.

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