If you place a preference for your preferred food preparation instruments over the death of women and children, do you have blood on your hands? It only makes sense, from what I hear.
It’s funny how for a while Sweden became the exemplar of liberal governance, when there are more than a couple things that conservatives can point to. Or would be able to point to if they were interested in developing a health care plan. Or will be pointing to if they continue to lose this debate.
A look at the legal ramifications of self-driving cars.
The Missouri Synod has reportedly been making some serious gains among minority groups with some impressive outreach generally.
This makes me think of the little gauge on my car that tells me what mileage I am getting and how it makes me a more fuel-efficient driver. (I swear I had a post of mine on this to link back to, but I can’t find it.)
Also from Kirk, is democracy striking back at the technocracy?
China is spending bunches trying to boost its music industry. That seems a difficult for a country that has such issues with intellectual property rights. And kind of hard to impose on the top down.
The Washington Post looks at the coal situation in India. One of the reasons that I don’t have a whole lot of hope that anything significant will happen with regard to global warming is that few developing countries are going to hinder their development for the sake of the environment. But India is an interesting situation.
A pixar animator is looking to create a new superhero for each day of the year. The girl in the confederate outfit jumped out at me.
Megan McArdle tackles the eternal question of whether government workers are overpaid or underpaid. The difference in skill sets makes comparisons difficult. So often, it depends on what they do. My wife would take an enormous pay cut to work for the government. Others get a raise.
Will online schools cause collegiate bankruptcies?