Sunday, June 26, 2011

Links, A week in Review

Here are some of my favorites from this past week...

1. I think Ron Paul is great, and I always get excited when great things happen for his campaign. This week Ron Paul won the RLC straw poll by a landslide. Some people of course like to discredit his win with excuses like, "this poll doesn't matter" "he's just not electable" (lamest excuse!) and "oh that's just his fans going out and flooding the poll" But the truth is, he's gaining momentum in a big way. Check out his (great!) speech from the RLC this past Saturday, and judge for yourself.

2. The shirt-skirt, from, is a simple way to turn a thrift store t-shirt into a cute and comfortable summer skirt. Makes me want to get on a sewing machine.

3.12 things the mainstream media is being strangely quiet about right now. A good update on important issues from around the world, that apparently in the eyes of American journalists aren't as noteworthy as the Weiner scandal.

4. Plunder: the use of force to steal goods from someone. Legal Plunder: the legal use of force to steal goods from someone. Are they different?

5. Interesting Ted Talks speech about our (US) food supply, found via my favorite health site WARNING: Do not watch if you like eating corn


  1. I am totally going to do the shirt-skirt. Thanks Lane!

  2. Do you have a sewing machine? I think that you need it to do the top.