- Evan Lisull was arrested, and the charges were later dropped (my remarks on the matter),
- Martel Firing is still very wrong about CO2 (to learn why, begin with the IPCC report), but he's right about plug-in hybrids,
Matt Brown reflects on the existence of the Public Defender's Office,
Dave Hardy does the 'blog equivalent of a banner headline,
and CLS's post on the interplay between social and legal progress is better if read in approximately reverse order.
- Arnold Kling has very interesting remarks on money and Say's Law,
- Jason Kuznicki examines what is wrong with democracy,
- Ove Huelgh-Guldberg has an hilarious birthday card for Andrew Bolt,
- Megan McArdle appears to win her exchange with (Tulanian) Noam Scheiber regarding the workability of what amounts to single-sector market abolitionism,
- James Hanley knocks vulgar libertarian property theory out of the park,
- Radley Balko is a contender for best snark ever on the subject of a civil liberties case,
- and Jen Chung, on The Gothamist, reports on one man taking advantage of an interesting arbitrage opportunity.