here’s how crazy SCOTUS is (an actual excerpt from /Quill/): “Under the Articles of Confederation, State taxes and duties hindered and suppressed interstate commerce; the Framers intended the Commerce Clause as a cure for these structural ills. See generally The Federalist Nos. 7, 11 (A. Hamilton). It is in this light that we have interpreted … Continue reading
A little something I put together for potential fundraising.
yield: 1 gallon (2 1/4c dry mix) ingredients: 1 1/3 c dextrose 2/3 c dark cocoa (Dutch process preferred, e.g. Special Dark or better) 2 T stevia/erythritol blend (to make blend: 1/2 t pure stevia extract per cup erythritol) 2 t xanthan gum 2000 IU Vitamin E succinate 1 gallon skim milk 2/3 c hot … Continue reading
Here’s a chart showing the polling results over time of the NH 2012 Republican primary candidates. Automatic data smoothing is turned on to make the trends visible. Observations: Romney’s support has been very consistent over time, in the 35-40% band Romney, Gingrich, and Paul appear to be the long-haul competitors Ron Paul … Continue reading
I have the blog moved over to the new WordPress infrastructure but haven’t had a chance to build proper re-direct maps yet. Please use the search in the meantime.
[note: this is a letter I sent to NH Senators. Please feel free to re-use] Please vote tomorrow to pass the most important piece of Civil Rights legislation in the Legislature this year, HB 146, “relative to the right of a jury to judge the application of the law in relationship to the facts in … Continue reading
I’ve frequently heard the claim that one reason for high physicians’ salaries is that the AMA hasn’t allowed new medical schools to be built in the United States. By keeping supply low, the theory goes, the demand is high and accordingly so are the prices. I may have even repeated this once or twice without … Continue reading