While waiting for Glenn Beck TV’s debut to come up on my computer, which is not going to happen …
Michelle Malkin: “Fast and Furious update: More guns, more stonewall.” But “squeaky clean, scandal-free.” (/sarc)
Ed Driscoll at Pajamas Media: “The Beauty of Social Insurance Is that It Is Actuarially Unsound” — Wherein we learn that characterizing Social Security as a Ponzi scheme was once seen by liberal economists as a feature, not a bug.
Klavan on the Culture at Pajamas Media: “The ‘War on Terror’ Is All About God.” The PC police won’t like that.
At the Associated Press: “TechCrunch founder leaving AOL-owned blog.” He tried to start up a tech venture fund while retaining the ability to review tech products and services. Sensible people objected. That this was even considered is a bad reflection on AOL management and TechCrunch’s founder.
Eleanor Clift objects to our “obsessive focus” on terrorism since the 9/11 terrorist attacks. What an ingrate: Although a strong case can be made for controlling home security-related spending, 39 terror plots have been foiled since 9/11 because of this “obsessive focus.”
Max Boot at The Weekly Standard: “Losing Iraq?” If we do, it’s all on Obama. Every bit of it.