around the web on June 11th
Some good reads, after the leap…
Will Wilkinson devises a scheme which might help me out with my own POS Chevy….
Megan McArdle refuses to play the blame game when it comes to deficits. Some of her better lines in this one.
Noah Millman talks fiscal sanity. But what about the VAT? I like most of what he suggests, but I’m perhaps too poorly informed on value-added taxes to say for sure.
H.C. Johns on conservatism and slavery.
More charts, unemployment numbers, and a little blame thrown at Team Obama from von.
Michael E. van Landingham thinks regulating banks is a good thing. I agree.
Matt Yglesias talks about buses and class warfare. I’ve only lived in a few areas with reasonable bus transit. If I could, I’d ditch the car and opt for bikes and buses, and I don’t think I’m alone in this. But we have ground to cross in terms of infrastructure obstacles.
Meanwhile, Russell Arbon Fox tackles communitarianism, conservatism, populism and localism all at once.
And Douglas Rushkoff wonders if Facebook will soon be obsolete.