Two links from Josh that are very, very good:
- Scarcity & Abundance re: Technology – technology has a way of getting cheaper and more abundant; treating it like a more valuable resource than, say, time defeats the purpose
- “Zero money down, not subprime loans, led to the mortgage meltdown:” more fta – “51% of all foreclosed homes had prime loans, not subprime, and that the foreclosure rate for prime loans grew by 488% compared to a growth rate of 200% for subprime foreclosures.”
- Michael Totten talks to Jeffrey Goldberg about prospects for peace in the Middle East; I wish more people could talk about politics generally the way these two do.
- Heritage reports that Cap and Trade (Waxman-Markey) is very, very costly and that this (of course) is being ignored (sorry, this is a repeat. Here, have something on why the nytimes is a terrible paper – h/t Instapundit)
- “Maybe She Doesn’t Want to be President”