Glanced at briefly, filed away for future reading, and presented here for your edutainment.
- Larry Correia's gun control interview on Fox News.
- Via The Smallest Minority, we have a link to David Mamet's op-ed piece on gun control in Newsweek. Come for the facts and insightful opinions, stay for the YouTube-level commentary from internet mouth breathers.
- Dire Straits performing "Telegraph Road" live. Just because.
- intelNews.org - "Expert news and commentary on intelligence, espionage, spies and spying." Truly, teh intarwebs are a marvelous place.
- Borepatch wants to know "What's wrong with this light bulb?" Aside from the fact that it is both required and prohibited, I mean.
- China prepares for war. "Dai Xu, a Chinese Air Force Colonel, is arguing for a short, decisive war with one of China's neighbors--Vietnam, the Philippines, or Japan--in order to establish sovereignty over the Pacific region without risking war with the United States."
- Gao Zhisheng is still alive, thankfully. Apparently the Chinese don't feel the need to kill him in order to establish sovereignty.
- A glimpse into what might be happening in Chinese banks. Essentially, it's their own subprime mortgage scandal, without all the transparency, expert management and good intentions that the US version had.
- Photos of pollution in China. It's not pretty. Well, I suppose that's just what you get when you're an unrepentantly capitalist nation.