Here is what you won’t hear in the news: Tim sent me this first-hand account of the looting going on in New Orleans. Live video feed..
Here are some nifty sites whose RSS feeds I’ve added to my Google Portal:
Interesting Thing of the Day – a daily article on some interesting thing for the culturally-inspired (or challenged).
Wired – one of the first online culture mags, they will occasional feature interesting commentary — if you can filter out all the nonsense.
Capitalism Magazine: a collection of conservative editorials and ARI press releases, this is a good survey of capitalist and Objectivist writing.
The Egosphere – last but not least is my own metablog, which features posts and articles from about a dozen Objectivist bloggers, including yours truly.
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British enviro-terrorists score another victory:
The family-run Darley Oaks Farm in Newchurch, Staffordshire, has been at the centre of a campaign of abuse.
The owners and people connected with the business have received death threats during the six-year onslaught.
There are two notable things about this story: the UK police have essentially given up trying to stop enviro-terrorists because the “campaign had been so widespread,” and the state-run BBC gives several paragraphs to quote the environuts, (who differ only on tactics) but no room at all to any opposing position. Whether that is because advocates of individual rights have been totally marginalized, or were never there to begin with, I don’t know.
Have you seen the new food pyramid issued by the USDA? I’ve been trying to decipher it, but all I’ve been able to figure out so far is that Nabisco, Kraft, Kellogs, the Milk and Beef lobbies, and PETA sent a lot of $ to Congress.