I think you’ll agree: it was time for an overhaul of this site. The layout was getting stale, the navigation menu was completely out of control, and the sheer quantity of content was causing serious bloat. Well, finally, today, I delivered: a completely new layout, a completely new architecture/organization, a handful of new features, and […]
Archive for August 17th, 2008
The site will be undergoing maintenance for the next couple of hours. Things will be completely messed up for a little while, then they should be back up, though possibly less than 100% operational. If you try to check the site between now (4:00 CDT on Sunday) and about 6:00 CDT and have problems, try […]
[Editor's note: this post originally appeared as a stand-alone page on this site; because of a new site structure I am rolling out in the next few days, I am re-posting it on my blog. Another useful resource on this topic is my paper, Tapping the Aquarium: Legal Implications of Advertising for Online Gambling Sites […]
Byron York has more good points on the Saddleback Civil Forum on the Presidency on National Review Online. Worth a read.
Obama says the question of when babies obtain human rights is “above his pay grade.” This has to be one of the very most ill-advised things any major candidate has said, thus far in the election cycle. Even aside from the fact that it probably unsettles people throughout the spectrum of opinions on abortion, it’s […]