Tuesday, May 4, 2010


Ernst Fehr: How I found what's wrong with economics - opinion - 04 May 2010 - New Scientist: "Austrian economist Ernst Fehr tells Mark Buchanan why global economics could benefit from a touch of compassion"

A little secret about Obama's transparency - Los Angeles Times: "The current administration, challenged by the president to be the most open, is now denying more Freedom of Information Act requests than Bush did."

Two Weeks Notice: A Latin American Politics Blog: Arizona immigration and polls: "In short, support for the Arizona law tells us very little about the overall views of the general public. Maybe they are hardcore restrictionists, but maybe they just want the federal government to do something rational that eliminates--or at least greatly reduces--the need for anyone to be in the country illegally in the first place."


  1. That is interesting. And I'd never heard "poly-drug" before.

  2. Michigan appears to be importing an awful lot of MDMA from Canada. Tsk. We should really show some initiative and make our own illegal drugs.

    (Just kidding. Ecstasy. Yick.)