- Why the Microgrid Could Be the Answer to Our Energy Crisis (Anya Kamenetz, Fast Company) Microgrid development/promotion makes way too much sense.
- Climate Bill Faces Long Odds in Senate (Jay Cost, RCP) One hopes.
- The climate change climate change (Kimberley Strassel, WSJ)
- Jacko, Sanford and weirdness (Mark Steyn, OC Register)
- A Debt The Founders Wouldn't Believe (Judd Gregg, IBD)
- Honduras Defends Its Democracy (Mary Anastasia O'Grady, WSJ) Sensible, reasoned stuff.
- Obama's political play should shock no one (John Kass, Chicago Tribune)
- Dodge facts, skip details, govern Chicago-style (Michael Barone, RCP)
- Despite Obama's popularity, polls show waning support for his economic policies (Jake Tapper, ABC News) It might have been helpful if he had been forced to elaborate on his Big Government plans DURING the campaign, no?
- Congress Wants to Shrink Your Carryon! (View from the Wing) Just another day in the era of
- Joel Osteen and the Glory Story: A Case Study (Michael S. Horton, Westminster Seminary California)
- Bush's Determination and the Rule of Law (Harvey Mansfield, The Harvard Crimson)
- Justices Gone Wild (Ross Douthat, NY Times)
- Is anyone less fit to assess a presidency than the academic left? (Brothers Judd) The universe of less-fit assessors is surely small.
- Why inflation is so scary (Steven Malanga, RCM)
- Spent: America after consumerism (Amitai
We stumbled in and crashed close to midnight last night after a LONG day of travel (nearly a full day).
The islands of Samos and Patmos (especially Patmos) were a lovely escape. I’ll post lots of photos to flickr at some point.
It’s definitely nice to be home, although I have to admit wondering if it wouldn’t be nicer to have a small internet cafe or some other biz on a Greek island some days. Probably not in the winter,