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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Larwyn's Linx: Awaken a sleeping giant...

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Awaken a sleeping giant...: Green Mountains
Circus Circus: Gloria Allred jumps on the Cain Train: Malkin
Video: Revealing The Truth About The Democrat Party: Nice Deb

Politics of Personal Destruction II: Thomas
Mark Levin Nails This Latest Herman Cain Stuff: HayRide
Four 'Cs' of why Cain is unelectable: Exam


Demosclerosis and the Fading Appeal of the Blue State Model: Ace
Waiting for Lehman: Lira
And now for something completely different: Hugh Hendry: Varones

Numbers Games: Sowell
History Suggests Greece Will Exit Euro by Christmas: Mish
To Chart America’s Decline, Follow The Unions: Nova Townhall

Is there a retirement crisis?: City Journal
Oops! Rich Got Richer Under Obama And Clinton: RWN
Ending Insurers' Profits Won't Impact Healthcare Costs: FrstThngs


Meet the Radical Group Handling ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Finances: Foundry
Fearing Koch Brothers Black Ops Movement, Tech-Savvy OWS Geniuses Fork Over $8K to Buy Domain Name: JWF
"Non-Violent Protesters:" Occupy DC Pushes 78-Year-Old Woman To the Ground: Ace

Gunrunner & Energygate

Holder to accuse investigators of playing Fast and Furious politics, call for gun control: DC
The Times On Gunwalker - BS Will Never Die: JOM
Holder on 'Fast and Furious': Never Again: ABC


NYT Editorial Page Editor struggles to examine the record on voter fraud: RS
Late-Night Comics Still Not Finding Anything Funny About Princess Precious: Ace
How Cain’s supporters react...: Damn Dirty Rhino

Occupy Michael Moore: DetNews
Stephanie Miller: Vandalizing Reagan Statue 'One of America's Funniest Liberal Pranks': NB
George Will calls Romney the GOP’s Dukakis: NotMitt

Media Battlezone Prep: Pretty Vacant: Leather Penguin
MSNBC Discusses North Carolina’s Forced Sterilization Program, Avoids Mentioning The D Word: RWN
Leslie Stahl’s Selective Anger Over Buying Politicians: BigJ

Sharon Bailek, “Remembered by a co-worker -- If she didn’t get her way she cried sexual harassment”: Macsmind
Ex-Newsweek Editor on Why He Didn't Run Lewinsky Story: 'We Didn't Feel We Were on Firm Enough Ground': NB
Fareed Zakaria: 'The American Dream Is Better In Europe': NB


Obama, Sarkozy Call Isaeli PM a "Liar;" Obama Laments Having to "Deal" With Him: PunPre
IAEA: Iran on brink of building nuclear weapon: JihadWatch
Muslim accused of leaking documents was ONLY adviser DHS gave access to sensitive L.E. database: Creeping

Islam is Fear, Part III: GoV
If You See Something Disastrous, Say Something: BRubin
Hizballah's Aggressive War Plans: IPT


Nov. 7, 1905: Remote Control Wows Public: Wired
Google patent lawyer says system is broken: CNetf
Scoble: Microsoft Can't Win In Tablets: Insider


Whiteout Applied to Michelle Obama: Moonbattery
Patience is not a virtue, it’s a strategy: Dewey
Retro Monday: Flying the SR-71 Blackbird: DefTech

Image: Guardian (UK)
Today's Larwyn's Linx sponsored by: Adam Hasner for U.S. Senate

QOTD: "When was the last time you thought to yourself: “My cellphone and/or Internet provider really provides great service for an affordable price?”.  Odds are, unless you are a lobbyist for AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, etc… the answer is “never, what are you kidding?”.  The reason behind this is that most telecoms, because of the infrastructure investment necessary to support a network, often operate as semi-monopolies with a tremendous barrier to entry relative to competitors.  Oh and they give gobs and gobs of money to politicians, and studies show that this has a tremendous positive effect on policy for them.

This helpful policy, as well as an apparent complete lack of political will to break up and/or regulate these industries, is the reason you still have to pay to send text messages–even though these single-digit kilobyte messages cost telecoms barely any money at all.  It is also the reason the US falls behind virtually every other first world nation in terms of average broadband speed, and also why even that limited service is so expensive,  and telecoms are able to flat-out lie about the speeds they offer.  While this may seem like a middling critique about the speed at which we send cute cat pictures and watch porn, keep in mind that the 90s, also known as the only period of really substantial growth in the past 40 years, was fueled by higher speed and expanded access to the Internet." --BusinessPundit

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