Links for Monday 4.10.10

Since I’m finding myself short on time and long on reading material, I’ve decided that I’m going to start publishing a daily list of what I’m reading. If we’re friends on facebook, you realize that this means that I’m not going to keep posting ten links per day. Instead, I’ll just post this at the end of the day. If you read this and feel as if there’s a great website I haven’t yet visited, feel free to comment with the URL and I’ll do my best to visit it. I’m always looking for new RSS feeds. Also, I’ve redone the site a bit. The changes aren’t all that big, but the tagline has changed. Fear not, this is still the same blog.

The United States government seems to feel that we don’t know that the world’s pretty dangerous.
Our friends in good ol’ Deutschland have been reunified for twenty years now. Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Tag der Einheit, Deutschland!
The President and Co. have finally realized that the system was set up for gradual policy changes and is changing their plans accordingly.
The Union folk don’t seem to like school choice too much. It’s a pity, since their plan,  throwing money at the system, hasn’t worked yet.
This is a great artist whose music is both beautiful and truthful. If you like this, here is his iTunes.

When I get some more time, I’ll be posting actual articles of my own. If you’re planning on being in Atlanta for the Students for Liberty conference during October 23-24, let me know. I’d love to meet up with you!

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