Peter Ferrara summarizes some recent research on Social Security. I hope W. makes reforming SS a centerpiece of his 2004 campaign.
Sol Stern on "Israel Without Apology."
Attention, Brad DeLong: incoming! From William Sjostrom: "In Opinion Journal, William McGurn gets the goods on the stench of racist hypocrisy from Mary Landrieu, a senator from the party Brad DeLong is so proud to belong to.
"Outside the committee's meeting room last week, nine-year-old Mosiyah Hall, a D.C. public school student himself, politely asked Sen. Landrieu where she sent her own children to school. 'Georgetown Day,' came the response, a reference to one of Washington's most exclusive private schools. Mosiyah's mother says an obviously agitated Sen. Landrieu then came over to a group of local mothers to explain that a voucher would be no help for them here, because even with the $7,500 voucher this bill offers, they still couldn't afford Georgetown Day."
SCSU Scholars think there's trouble afoot at the University of Michigan's admissions office.
Silfay Hraka writes a hilarious note on the exodus of American lawyers and puppeteers to Canada.
Lileks imagines customer support as performed by the Full Metal Jacket Guy.
A beautiful story about how Andre McCarter and other former players got John Wooten a Medal of Freedom.
Oh, those wacky California Democrats . . .
The News and Observer runs another in a long series of silly stories about babies and bad weather.