Each week when researching topics for blog posts, I find links, posts, and articles that are worth passing along. They’re sometimes educational, sometimes humorous, and sometimes ridiculous. I post the best of those links on Fridays. Here are this week’s Weekend Reading links:
From the Institute for Justice, a 4-minute video on what it takes to get to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Unfortunately, CISPA passed the House last night. Hopefully President Obama will follow through on this veto threat.
Ever wish your fantasy sports team could be in the political arena? Then here’s some good news for you.
If you’re wondering why Rick Santorum hasn’t endorsed Mitt Romney yet, here are four possible reasons for the delay. (Because you know he’s not considering an endorsement of Ron Paul.)
Speaking of the Good Doctor, this is a really good article on the optimism of Paul supporters and how the fight for the restoration of liberty will go on long after Dr. Paul’s retirement.
When Georgia’s legislature passed the texting-while-driving ban, I was one of those warning about unintended consequences. The Augusta Chronicle confirms the concerns from that law’s opponents.
What’s worse than the TSA requiring a pat down of a 4 year old girl? Defending the move.
And finally, Nancy Pelosi is an idiot.