The Costs of Action & Inaction

Vin:  It pays $20? Chris:  Looking for men right now. Vin:  Noh, it wouldn't even pay for my bullets. Villager #1:  Ours is a poor village. Villager #2:  We understand. You could get much more in a grocery store, and it´s good, steady work. The Magnificent Seven 1960 Yesterday Glenn Reynolds linked a story about … Continue reading The Costs of Action & Inaction

Breaking News from 1950 White Dem Candidate Refuses to shake Black Republican’s Opponents’ Hand

Remember how during the last election the left saying there were people trying to bring back the days of Jim Crow? Apparently they were right: After a lively debate, at 6:30 in the video, Jackson—the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor—attempts to shake hands with Northam, who will not shake it and doesn’t even look Jackson … Continue reading Breaking News from 1950 White Dem Candidate Refuses to shake Black Republican’s Opponents’ Hand

DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Professor Janine Parry now available

We had a great time on this week's DaTechGuy on DaRadio. We talked about the compulsive nature of Obamacare and it's defenders, a Bit of Red Sox and some Arkansas polling on the shutdown with Professor Janine Parry of the University of Arkansas If you missed it the first hour is available here and the … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio with Professor Janine Parry now available

Cronyn & Crist together again in 2014

On Morning Joe today (where you go to find out what the left wants to say) there were two stories that seemed unrelated but taken together could mean an awful lot. The first was a story out of Florida, the Transformation of Charlie Crist is now complete: Charlie Crist is running for Florida governor as … Continue reading Cronyn & Crist together again in 2014