Daily Links, November 30th
“Scientists get cells to switch types/tasks directly, thus avoiding the whole inefficient/costly/not very fruitful embryonic stem cell nonsense/rabbit hole.”
– Ace of Spades HQ
I’ve always been fairly confident actual science would eventually render all the political/moral/religious theater surrounding the embryonic stem cell kerfluffle obsolete.
Whack WikiLeaks – William Kristol
But all of this still leaves us looking like a pitiful, helpless giant—albeit a pitiful, helpless giant in damage-control mode. Is there nothing to do other than wait this all out in a defensive crouch? Is there no way to counter-attack against the attackers? Maybe there is.
Senate passes new food police bill; Senator: “It’s all rigged” – Michelle Malkin
Today, I’m disappointed to tell you, the regulatory expansion bill masquerading as a “safety” measure passed by a large margin — with stomach-turning Republican support.
We few, we happy few – Exurban League
The slow slide of the United Kingdom into “Londoninistan” is pretty well documented by Mark Steyn and others, but maybe there is still a little fight left in Great Britain after all.