- Laura Donovan posts on stalkers and missing white girl syndrome,
- "CLS", who once wrote a good "light" book on Zimbabwe's wasted potential, remarks on the possible end of Mugabenomics,
- Dan Heller has a 400-word double-coup on Phoenix light rail cost overruns and obsequious inanity at the Arizona Republic,
- The Lamp guys take on fears of safe modes of transportation, and invisible guns, and report on the latest bit of University play-leftism, a "solidarity walkout",
- a newly prolific and still curmudgeonly Martel Firing says claims of a "second Great Depression" were never reasonable, and
- Dave Hardy posts on a case that has, strangely, received little fanfare: a Federal district court judge in New Mexico rules that police may not harass open carriers unless they believe a crime is in progress, and furthermore that they are not entitled to qualified immunity if they do.
- Will Wilkinson speculates on what it was that made Milton Friedman so effective a communicator, and offers what seems to be good advice,
- Tim Lambert exposes the anti-environmentalist DDT fans' lack of foundation in reality,
- Sully reminds us it isn't yet over for open, representative government in Iran
- Tom Palmer does a quick hit on what may be the silliest conspiracy theory yet from the fever swamp of glibertariansim,
- Radley Balko passes on an account of effective citizen solidarity against corrupt police, and
- Tyler Cowen's link lists are much better than mine.