Laura Montgomery has a couple related book reviews.
I scored a ticket to the VIP gala at KSC Saturday night, to celebrate the 49th anniversary of the first moon landing. I just found out I’ll be seated at a front table with commercial-spaceflight basher Walt Cunningham.
A long essay, from James Poulos. I assume that this will be in the same issue mine and Zubrin’s will be.
[Update a couple minutes later]
Scratch that last. This was apparently in the Spring edition. Ours will be in the Summer edition.
“…until the mob came for me.”
I’m not sure he’s entirely serious.
[Update a while later]
Related: Why Leftists become thugs:
What turns people into wicked punks while they no doubt continue to believe themselves to be decent and good? Bad ideas, that’s what, ideas that give people license to answer words and policies with terror. What’s the bad idea on the left? Control. The notion that the left’s cause is so righteous it needs to pay no mind to liberty but simply deserves to win by any means necessary. Let five judges on the Supreme Court make law and damn the “outdated” Constitution. Give unelected bureaucracies like the EPA the power to regulate people’s lives without appeal or oversight. Give ignoble gnomes like Peter Strzok the wherewithal to criminalize the political opposition. And of course, bring on the socialism: a philosophy that declares a person’s work, his time, his life, his property belong not to him but to the state. Control.
[Update a few minutes later]
Sarah Hoyt: The Left misunderstands the Constitution. Again.
The power-hungry Left loses its cool. Though “power-hungry Left” is redundant.
[Late evening update]
Glenn has a good point on how Leftists become thugs. Maybe the causation goes the other way.
He’s starting a new SF series on HBO. Could be good.
Well, it certainly feels like that.
Marina Koren talked to Christina and Andy. I just hate to see this.
Thoughts from Terry Gilliam and Ed Driscoll. I remember (barely) That Was The Week That Was.