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Beth Roth, a 33 year-old mother of seven, is a faithful Christian and member of the church of Christ in Pontiac, IL. She is a stay-at-home mom who homeschools her oldest five children (twins, age 14, and triplets, age 13). She and her husband Trenton recently became a Sacred Selections family and...
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So, for those of your keeping score at home: Commander of U.S. Forces in a war zone provides classified documents to his biographer/lover? [Misdemeanor], two years probation. 25-year-old small-time musician sells half a pound of pot while carrying a gun? 55 years in federal prison.

Like he says, "this is colloquially known as justice."

https://www.popehat.com/2015/03/03/a-few-comments-on-the-david-petraeus-plea-deal-what-money-and-connections-buy-you/
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Vegetarian Ham - Chicken Flavor

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all the worry in the world doesn’t prevent death; it prevents life
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So, on the one hand, we subsidize our producers of green energy (which one can argue is a WTO violation). But we use trade policy to raise the cost of green energy to consumers. It’s almost as if the environmental concern is just a smoke-screen used by rent-seeking producers.
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Yesterday I saw a server rack with 1,728TB of hard drives. That's 350,000 compressed movies. 
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Secondly, it [the WHO report] ignores the fact that people and societies are not potted plants...

Is that a veiled insult towards potted plants?
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The imagery of miners undermining rights is just too perfect:

Unlike myself, my opponent wants an America where drug companies and Chilean miners can undermine our civil rights.
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Another:

Unlike my opponent, I support our medical dramas, our right to accrue foreign debt and our freedom. 

Those three things pretty much sum up America.
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Modern logistics. Or something.
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The president on Friday argued there must be a technical way to keep information private, but ensure that police and spies can listen in when a court approves.

Not a direct quote, but if it's an accurate summary of his statements, there are so many things wrong with it.
President Obama said police and spies should not be locked out of encrypted smartphones and messaging apps, taking his first public stance in a simmering battle over private communications in the digital age.
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Type 2 words, click 2 buttons, wait 5 minutes, repeat #mythursdaynight
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And it continues still.
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What are you trying to say Google? #suggestedcommunities #recommendations
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Physical Security Engineer
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Video surveillance, card access, intrusion alarms, building integration, IP networks, database software, scripting
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klecu
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Engineer, hobby economist
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  • Kettering University
    Electrical Engineering, 2005 - 2010
  • Home school
    1993 - 2005
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When Schools Do the “Free-Range Kids Project” : Free Range Kids
www.freerangekids.com

Fighting the belief that our children are in constant danger from creeps, kidnapping, germs, grades, flashers, frustration, baby snatchers,

Obama Sides with Cameron in Encryption Fight
blogs.wsj.com

President Obama said police and spies should not be locked out of encrypted smartphones and messaging apps, taking his first public stance i

“Pastors also have agreed… to preach environmentally focused sermons”
overlawyered.com

In exchange for relief from a state-mandated stormwater remediation fee, and direct government subsidies to pay for property improvements in

Here’s A Better Idea Than Net Neutrality Knockoffs
thefederalist.com

There are essentially no good guys in the Internet net neutrality wars. It’s just a sharkfest, and you’re dinner.

A Quick Case for Charter Cities: Memo to the Gates Foundation | EconLog ...
econlog.econlib.org

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has an interesting accountability mechanism. After they make a major funding decision, they solicit pr

Quotation of the Day…
cafehayek.com

… is from pages 11-12 of Hayek’s 1948 collection, Individualism and Economic Order; in particular, it’s from one of Hayek’s most profound an

Quotation of the Day…
cafehayek.com

… is from James Madison’s 1795 essay “Political Observations“: Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded,

Krugman on housing
johnhcochrane.blogspot.com

I generally don't read Paul Krugman -- bad for the blood pressure -- and I even less often respond -- don't dignify the insults or feed the

Don't Give Special Rights To Anybody! Oh, Except Cops. That's Cool. | Po...
www.popehat.com

I was all set to write a post making this point: it's offensive and irrational for the police to say "we have to protect the identity of a c

Rodebaugh on Contemporary Worship | Preposterous Preponderance
klecu.com

One Jonathan Rodebaugh writes about some of the theological shortcomings of popular contemporary worship songs. He also has a catchy title (

Asthma Reduction: The Joker Card of EPA’s CO2 Power Grab (Part 2) — Mast...
www.masterresource.org

What we do know is asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. The causes of asthma symptoms can vary for different people. Sti

Stocks Need Flows Need Stocks Need Flows Need Stocks
euvoluntaryexchange.blogspot.com

Anno Domini 2014 boasts a historically impressive amount of content. Not only does the world have all of the surviving lore of the past, not

The Republic of Gilead is Not Nigh
www.cato.org

Self-styled "liberals" have a very un-liberal take on the Hobby Lobby case.

France to ban e-cigs | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
econlog.econlib.org

E-cigarettes continue to be a burning issue. Vapers are still a new product, and therefore call for regulators' attention. The newest is tha

Haven't we already read this news before?
thesidos.blogspot.com

Presbyterian Church Votes To Allow Gay Marriages I guess God didn't get a vote.... These sort of news articles have become so common place t

Scenes from the Rent-Seeking Society: Norwegian Airlines Can't Fly to th...
econlog.econlib.org

I love traveling, and I might be one of the few people on earth who actually enjoys flying. Trouble is, flying is pretty expensive, and it's

I’m Southern Baptist, and I Love a Man | TGC | The Gospel Coalition
thegospelcoalition.org

0 Comments. It feels good to finally make it public—I love a man. I'm a Southern Baptist pastor, and it's true. Allow me to tell you about t

Tesla Says “All Our Patent Are Belong To You”
marginalrevolution.com

Big news from Tesla. Elon Musk writes: Yesterday, there was a wall of Tesla patents in the lobby of our Palo Alto headquarters. That is no l

Entrees were good, but the crab cakes were lackluster and the service was only mediocre.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Slow service and poor food presentation.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
We had the Korma and Teeka, with a spinach dish (don't remember the name now). All were very good, though a little more mild than I expected. The seasoned rice with raisins and almonds was also great. We went on a Friday night and they said they recommend making reservations, though we didn't have much of a wait.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I bought a certified Camry from AutoNation, and it was a very smooth process. The final price was reasonable, and I was treated well through the process.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
We had the best service here I've ever had at a Wendy's - and perhaps the best at any fast food restaurant - the Sunday after July 4th. The young lady at the counter was friendly and engaging, recommended good menu items, and even described the dressing that comes on the chicken wrap for me. She must be attending culinary school, or something. The service was also very quick and the food was done well.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Got Pad Thai here yesterday. It was done right, with the noodles obviously cooked in the sauce for a while. Good portions, too, and moderately priced.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago