Articles from Catallaxy Files
One more story in a growing list. They may not put you in a gulag but then they don’t need to. This is from Peggy Noonan at the WSJ. I have emphasised the four different federal agencies involved. Where do you suppose the co-ordination was coming from?
Julie Novak, from whose all-seeing eyes nothing remains hidden, came across this article by Martin L. Mazorra with the perfect title, “Goods Buy Goods“. This is, of course, the classical definition of Say’s Law. I reproduce the entire blog post below:
Among Martin Parkinson’s most inglorious forecasts as Treasury Secretary was that there was a global movement towards carbon taxes and other such measures that would rapidly lower carbon emissions. Only the EU is now following such practices and its measures are being weakened.
On Wed night at Humanist House in Chippendale (Sydney) there will be a talk about the several phases of national service and conscription in Australia from 1908 to the present day.
This will be more of a mumble than an oration, delivered to the small crowd of people who have nothing better to do than attend this venue where David Duffy has been organizing talks in an unbroken sequence on Wednesday evenings that reached 40 years in February.
Now, from the Party that brought you Medicare, DisabilityCare and GonskiCare, the Gillard Government is proud to present its latest reform: Veticare. Why should dog and cat owners be discriminated against when providing for the care of their loved and loving animals?
Veticare is the new universal scheme that provides:
The first law of media is that everyone on the left must be protected at all times and to the greatest extent. There is therefore nothing that Obama can do – not a single thing – that will put the mainstream of the American media offside. The IRS scandal goes direct to the White House. The previous Commissioner of Taxation of the United States, Doug Shulman, visited the White House 118 times. Got a good reason for that.