Patrick Crozier argues facts are not as important as beliefs.
Archive for February, 2004
Timothy Sandefur has a post celebrating the life of Frederick Douglass.
Justin Logan gives his top 10 reasons to vote against Bush.
The problem with Kerry is he’s just your average sleazeball politician. I can’t even get angry with him for railing about the “Special Interests.” No, I’m angry at the American people and my fellow Democrats for buying this crap. I’m angry at us. Can you imagine believing someone parading around in those suits, having married an heiress worth well over a hundred million, living in a Georgetown mansion with umpteen bedrooms is an enemy of the “Special Interests”? He is the “Special Interests.” You’d have to be an imbecile not to see that.
Tyler Cowen has a post on CDs as loss leaders. Tyler Cowen cites this as a partal reason behind Tower Records bankruptcy. Quote:
Loss leader CDs push music in a more mainstream direction. The impulse buy is for the TV, the musical purchase is planned, which favors established stars with new releases. Sudden impulse buys of unknown musical products, by definition, do not bring people into the store. In essence consumers have decided they would rather bundle hit musical releases with TV sets and computers (the Best Buy model), than with more obscure musical releases (the Tower model).
The AP reports that Industrial Production Rose 0.8 Percent in January.
Radley Balko celebrates Retiring Senator Peter Firzgerald. Fitzgerald is one of the few Senators willing to stand up against pork, even in his own state.