Moving to Toronto? You're in luck. A 300 square foot, newly redecorated bungalow is on the market for just $172K U.S.
Gary Galles, economics professor at Pepperdine, explains how it's possible to oppose "health care for children".
A grabbag of lists for your New Year's Eve:
Top Four Depression Hacks. (#2: Omega-3. Is there anything it doesn't supposedly fix? More salmon for me tonight.)
"New Nanowire Battery Holds 10 Times The Charge Of Existing Ones". Sounds like excellent news.
(Link via my former student, Jenny Coston.)
From the Business & Media Institute: "The Media's Top 10 Economic Myths of 2007".
From economist Stephen Rose: "5 Myths About the Poor Middle Class".
Two more interesting articles about one of my least favorite presidential candidates.
George Will reviews Ms. Clinton's "experience". (Remember the attorney general fiasco?)
Jonah Goldberg explains how "Clintonian Triangulation Comes Full Circle".
Oh, darn. Another model of gracious living, another country that we declasse Americans were supposed to aspire to be like, is having . . . a bit of trouble: "In a Funk, Italy Sings an Aria of Disappointment".
The authors missed Carrie, Soylent Green, American Beauty, and especially Fail Safe, and their ordering is pretty screwy, but "The Top 50 Movie Endings" is interesting and a worthy effort.
Environmentalist Richard Leakey finds it "exciting" that a new species of giant spitting cobra has been discovered.
Me, not so much.
For all your year-end "Top 10 List" needs: Time has 50--count 'em, 50--top 10 lists.