Must Reads For The Week 7/20/13

The pen is mightier than the sword...

The pen is mightier than the sword… (Photo credit: mbshane)

Feds Shake Down Farmer For Free Raisons, by Tony Lee, at This is Government Tyranny.

Effort To Create New State Called “Northern Colorado” Grows, at This is good for liberty.

NSA Help Wanted Commercial, at Sign me up!

In The People’s Republic of San Francisco, Dog Walkers Must Now Be Licensed, at They’re just looking out for the safety of the dogs.

USA vs. NSA animation. Trampling on our rights.

BREAKING: City Of Detroit Files For Chapter 9 Bankruptcy, at If they could  print money (like the Federal Government can), they could put off the day of reckoning. Detroit was forced to face reality, the Federal Government will eventually face this day. Any bets on whether we the tax payers will be forced to bailout Detroit?

Charles Barkley Talks About Zimmerman Verdict, in this interview at You could have a serious discussion about race with Charles Barkley. Unlike our politicians and bureaucrats he won’t sugar coat what he is thinking, because he isn’t trying to pander to a particular person of group.

Creative Destruction In The Personal Computing Market Have Destroyed The Windows “Monopoly”, at Excerpt from the article, “…what has really destroyed Microsoft’s choke hold on the global personal computing market over the past 15 years hasn’t been a legal threat but a market shift.”

The Left In NC Discovers Anew An Ancient Truth, by Mungowitz, at The progressive may have discovered that regulation can make it more difficult and expensive to pursue the regulated activity. I guess regulation is only cool when they do it.

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