January 2, 2012

THINGS YOU MAY HAVE MISSED OVER THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND, if you were out, you know, having a life or something:

My Sunday Washington Examiner column: When Muddling Through Is The Best You Can Hope For.

2011: The Year Intellectual Property Trumped Civil Liberties.

Amy Alkon and the Insta-Wife talk about men.

A customer complaint.

Revising my Venn diagrams. “I would have thought that the circles representing ‘people who have endorsed Ron Paul’ and ‘people who defend the competence of Obama’s central economic planning’ wouldn’t overlap.”

Flag-burning at Occupy Charlotte.

The left-wing origins of Newt Gingrich’s attack on the courts.

“Christopher Dodd, Sen. Lieberman’s former colleague, left office a pariah, statewide and countrywide, but quickly landed on his feet by becoming chairman and CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America.”

Obama Fundraiser Guilty in $21 Million Bank Fraud Scheme.

4000 GM Sonics recalled because auto workers forgot to install brake pads.

Women who drink wine every day have better sex.

Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Soviet Union’s demise.

Surrendering Afghanistan to the Taliban?

Saving money with “strategic shopping.”

Senate cellphone insanity.

I talk with Bill Whittle about why blogs are here to stay.

Taylor Marsh throws in the towel on Obama.

Whatever you do, don’t follow this link if you’re Tim Geithner.

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