Wealth of Nations Friday Links


Today, in 1776, Adam Smith published “An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations” which you can own for free if you have a kindle!

“Every man lives by exchanging.”― Adam Smith

NPR: How Do You Ship A Horse To The London Olympics? Carefully, And Via FedEx

MOSportsMag: Billikens Face La Salle in A-10 Quarterfinals

STLToday: SLU in good position to reach NCAA Tournament

ClotureClub: March Madness

WSJ: FBI’s ‘Sabu’ Hacker Was a Model Informant (Except maybe when he went all Ali G.)

NewsNet5: Taco Bell introduces Doritos taco shell

Letters of Note: Scientifically Yours,

Heaton: Acknowledging Problems on Facebook

Fiscal Times: Who Is Rich These Days? The Income Gap Myth

Reason: The Southern Poverty Law Center Is Now Writing About Pickup Artists as Hate Groups (These people have been nuts for some time.)

Atlantic Wire: Facebook Co-Founder Buys The New Republic

Rep. Cooper: Outdated laws and subsidies — how did it get so bad?

NYTimes: A smug education?

Onion: College Graduates Making 8% to 11% Less

TimesUnion: Any way you slice it, state’s fine takes a bite

Lifehacker: How to Turn a Lottery Ticket into a Good Bet

My friend Bobby sent me $5 for a beer tonight via Tweet a Beer

Rep. Chaffetz Drumming it up


Walking Dead Alternate Intro

Remy: Cough Drops-The Mandate (feat. Sandra Fluke)



Down goes Temple!

State Farm has really stepped up their ad game #Cavs

Birbigs: IFC nabs Sundance pic ‘Sleepwalk With Me’

TechPrez: A Political Geek’s Guide To South by Southwest

The Atlantic: Host

Stanford Law Review: Physical and Regulatory Takings: One Distinction Too Many

WSJ: Legal War Over NYC Rent Regulations

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