Weekend link dump for March 6

Happy birthday to my buddy Matt!

People who have health insurance that isn’t tied to a particular job are more likely to be entrepreneurs.

The biggest problem with our political system is that too many people just don’t care about politics, and thus have no idea what’s going on with government.

The economic impact of Nevada’s other iconic industry.

Texas has some serious competition for the Worst State Legislature title this year.

Yeah, I spend a lot of time doing this. We bloggers lead very glamorous lives.

Why would we ever trust the people who created the deficit to fix the deficit?

George Will is still a fool.

I wonder where all those complaints we used to hear about the coarsening of our discourse now.

The war on women just keeps getting uglier.

A tale of two protests.

RIP, Duke Snider. See his Charlie Brown coefficient as well.

What Krugman says.

Why yes, Newt Gingrich doesn’t know what he’s talking about.

The irony is just delicious.

RIP, Frank Woodruff Buckles, the last surviving American World War I veteran.

How homophobic can you get?

The answer to this depends on who they send on that one-way journey.

What the hell is the deal with Hell?

RIP, Jane Russell.

A look at the future for Barnes & Nobles.

For reasons I can’t quite fathom, Texas likes to throw money at Hollywood, too.

Are you smarter than a second grader? When it comes to spelling the name of a certain Libyan dictator, the answer is “probably not”.

The Republican war on the environment continues unabated.

What American Idol teaches us about the voting process.

Cats quoting Charlie Sheen. He’s much more coherent this way.

Taxes and commute times.

How to increase the deficit by cutting spending.

Has anyone told Scott Walker about this union?

Always looking out for the little guy, that’s your modern day Republican Party.

What Chad says.

No courage is required to take advantage of circumstances to do what you’ve always wanted to do.

The Supreme Court has decisively knocked down one of the key arguments that anti-gay marriage advocates have been making.

When will politicians learn that using stock photos of “supporters” is never a good idea?

If there’s a Hall of Fame for headlines, this will be in it.

Welcome back, Barbarino. And that calls for this:

Up your nose with a rubber hose!

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