Monthly Archives: October 2013

Jury Nullification in Washington DC

I bet it does: Billboard advocating jury nullification concerns local prosecutors. “People are going to jail for weed,” Babb said. “Things are getting so weird. There needs to be this final safeguard to protect us from a tyrannical government.” The … Continue reading

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Well, this sucks. This sucks too.

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Problems with ObamaCare

Quite apart from the wisdom of interfering with great swaths of the economy to create new entitlements, there is the practical matter of making it work. And that’s proving to be a problem for people working on the Obamacare web … Continue reading

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Last Frontier for Obamacare Exchange

A week ago I asked prospective Democrat candidate for governor Hollis French if he, as governor, would enter Alaska in the new Medicaid program. He replied, “Absolutely, yes.” (The argument he made is depressingly common among the people here: you … Continue reading

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DNS and DHCP blues

I’m trying to get my network running. For some reason, DNS queries are taking forever. I checked the settings in my router (an Asus WL-520GU) and I’m using the Google public DNS settings there, but they aren’t getting through to … Continue reading

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Gravity Song

The soundtrack songs make all the difference, in this series of treatments of movie Gravity.

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