February 11, 2009
You see it here first

Pulitzer-prize winning cartoonist and friend of Hoystory (the latter being much more important and impressive than the former) Steve Breen is working on a new photo/cartoon blog called "Bad Hamster." It features stuff like this: The site is currently undergoing a "soft opening," and I'm officially the first blogger to link to it. Breen hopes […]

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February 11, 2009

The San Diego Unified School District apparently believes there's little difference between Junior ROTC programs and street gangs. Marksmanship training must end on San Diego school district campuses, a split school board decided Tuesday. Critics argued that the training, part of ROTC programs, sends the wrong message when three high school students have been killed […]

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February 11, 2009
The Iron Pyrite State

California's Democrat-run state legislature and its girly-man Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger have outlined a plan to deal with the states $42-billion budget gap by sticking it to the few people who remain in the state. Vehicle license fees would nearly double, going from the current rate of 0.65% to 1.15% of the value of a car […]

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February 11, 2009
Let me explain the terminology

New York Times columnist Nick Kristof was interviewed by The Daily Pennsylvanian and made the following observation about what it's like to live under the enlightened leadership of the great Obama. DP: Are there any issues you would like to see Barack Obama's presidency focus on? NK: It's a tremendous relief to have smart, intellectually […]

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February 11, 2009
Big Brother does it for your own good

First, Oregon proposed tracking drivers using GPS in order to levy a tax for roads, bridges and other assorted infrastructure. Now, Massachusetts is proposing a very similar plan that would embed a tracking chip inside the registration sticker of cars registered in that state. In case you missed it, Big Brother is a liberal and […]

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Taped The Argument earlier today, fumbled through some closing remarks; this from @michaelbd is the more eloquent version of what I tried to say:

For some amount of time today, the CA DOJ's new data website leaked name and addresses of people with CCW permits.

Someone PM'd me with video evidence of it (can't share to protect confidential info).

Here is a reddit thread with discussion. https://www.reddit.com/r/CAguns/comments/vm723i/attorney_general_bonta_releases_new_firearms_data?sort=confidence

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