Online Budgeting

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Interesting. French Budget Minister Jean-Francois Cope has announced the launch of an online game for the country’s taxpayers to have a go at balancing the books. The game, called Cyberbudget, will launch in May and will let users manage 300bn euros ($373bn). Some 10,000 players will be able to play at any one time for […]

LGM Reader Survey

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Check out our results. Short summary: If you’ve ever wondered “Am I the only angry loner who reads LGM?”, the answer is no. Other interesting results: – The professional distribution is a lot more even than I would have expected; I had thought we’d skew very heavily toward legal and education sectors. – I’m not […]
As a follow-up to Eric Boehlert’s mockery of Hugh Hewitt’s claim that big-city newspaper circulation is declining because they don’t offer the reactionary hackery that readers crave, let’s consider an even better example, the high comedy that is the New York Sun: The New York Sun has launched an aggressive new tactic in order to […]
Claims Goldstein: “legal conservatism has the drawback of showing undue deferrence to stare decisis.” So, apparently, Clarence “Because I believe that the demise of the Privileges or Immunities Clause has contributed in no small part to the current disarray of our Fourteenth Amendment jurisprudence, I would be open to reevaluating its meaning in an appropriate […]

Blech

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On April 24, 2006

I barely managed to stomach Hitchens latest on the McCarthy leak; I don’t recommend the effort. Suffice it to say that Hitch can’t quite manage to recommend the notion of secret CIA prison

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