Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Stuff I've Read Today

WSJ on the effects of Palin on McCain's ticket.
WSJ on Palin and the bridge to nowhere.
WSJ on Obama's careless comment on pigs and lipstick.
WSJ gives an example of how developed has become the industry of political investigation.
WSJ on Summer's defense of a second economic stimulus check.
WSJ on how the crisis is now affecting European economies and how France keeps pushing for pro-market reforms including the reduction of trade barriers among European countries.
Caplan on financial meltdown.
Lawson on communism apologists and the ideological sameness of communism and Nazism.
Sorman (in French) on the interdependence between the US and China.

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