Archive for V for Vendetta
Recapping the interesting and significant news, articles, and media of the past few weeks…
If you’re like me, you watch V for Vendetta once a year because it’s awesome. Usually I do it on November the Fifth. “Remember, remember, the fifth of November…” Here’s my favorite clip:
Tomorrow, many Americans will go to the polls and vote for Tweedledee and Tweedledum. According to these folks, social media will play a major role in the election.
One of my favorite guys at the Cato Institute, Gene Healy, has a new “sequel” out to his great book The Cult of the Presidency. This sequel is all about Obama and is called False Idol. It’s so cheap on Kindle that you ought to get a copy just to support his work.
Really, why not instead elect a super-villain to be president?
Doug Newman asks, should Christians should ever vote for the lesser of two evils?
More this weekend…
Recapping the interesting and significant news of this past week.
Tom Woods posted a fun article this week concerning 26 Things Non-Paul Voters are Basically Saying.
Sadly, Judge Andrew Napolitano’s FreedomWatch show on FoxBusiness is being canceled. Not cool, Fox.
An LCC reader sent me an interesting interview from the BBC with Alexandre Christoyannopoulos asking if Jesus was an anarchist.
The Onion satirizes that Iran is concerned that the U.S. is on the verge of obtaining its 8500th nuclear weapon. Oh noez!
If you’re a V for Vendetta fan, you might find this article interesting about the culture connection between V and the hacker group Anonymous.
I find technology trends quite interesting, and of course one of the hottest trends right now is tablet computing. Dan Moren writes about using his iPad as his only work computer for a three days.
You ought to give a Fed Valentine this week.
If you are like me, you sort of threw up in your mouth during Clint Eastwood’s Super Bowl commercial. Reason.tv responds with this:
Did you visit LCC this week? Here’s what you missed if not:
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