Friday, July 3, 2009

Linkfest: 7/3/09.

Nixon veto means certain people's heads must remain imprisoned.

Not that you'd know it from the media which would rather cover Republican sex scandals, but Congressman Conyers' (D-MI) wife admits to taking bribes.

Rep. William Jefferson (D-LA)caught on tape taking bribes.

Becker-Posner launches the War On Hyperlinks. [H/T 2InfoWars.]

Expanding copyright law to bar online access to copyrighted materials without the copyright holder's consent, or to bar linking to or paraphrasing copyrighted materials without the copyright holder's consent, might be necessary to keep free riding on content financed by online newspapers from so impairing the incentive to create costly news-gathering operations that news services like Reuters and the Associated Press would become the only professional, nongovernmental sources of news and opinion.

He who controls the present controls the past. Democrat-controlled Congress talks of purging Reagan's name from Ronald Reagan National Airport.
Can we take Clinton's name off his Presidential Library, too?

Jihad Cyndi imprisoned for pulling an Allred/Sharpton/Jesse Jackson-style Meddle Caper. Good. Maybe they'll keep her. Probably not. All those people with Qs and Zs and "Eem"s in their names who donated money to her on 9/11/01 and in the days immediately following will probably bail her out.

Recession? What recession? Remember the $100 burger? Well, now you can have a $700 coffee with it. Imagine how expensive it would have been if it wasn't made out of cat poop.

Let me get this straight. Sanford visits his chick in South America and it's some big traveshamockery. Biden visits his kid in Iraq and it's all just hunky-dory?

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