Archive: April 2006

In Fond Remembrance of Baaaad TV (April 28, 2006)

Ah, the 80s….

Passages: A. Scott Crossfield (April 21, 2006)

An aviation pioneer is lost

Dorkus Profundus (April 19, 2006)

Tom Hanks IS the Da Vinci dork

Taxes (April 17, 2006)

Since tonight is the deadline for filing Federal income taxes in most of the country, I thought now would be as good a time as any to beat one of my favorite dead horses: Progressives should embrace tax simplification. Why? Think about the system we have today. It’s so Byzantine, so complicated, that the average […]

The Nuclear Option (April 8, 2006)

If you thought the Administration had completely exhausted their supply of monumentally bad ideas, Seymour Hersh’s latest report in the New Yorker will set you straight. The first few paragraphs don’t say anything you probably don’t already know. But then, about a third of the way in, it starts getting shocking. Last month, in a […]

Welcome to Boot Camp (April 5, 2006)

Now drop and give me 20, maggot

Reconsidering Python (April 3, 2006)

A second look at a powerful language