Senior Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research and Center for International Development Paul Romer says wealthy countries should be building whole “charter” cities in poorer ones.
Charlie “Charlie Wilson’s War” Wilson dies at the age of 76.
The Google Buzz arrives (except in Iran), and we at FL don’t know what it does either.
Journalistic superpower The National Enquirer has yet another awesome John Edwards scoop.
NY Times: We’re rich!
Leon Wieseltier decided that Andrew Sullivan is an anti-semite. It seems Sullivan has a few defenders.
East Palo Alto cop enrages pro-gun advocates via Facebook. East Palo Alto’s danger is hilarious!
That Malcolm Gladwell… he speaks so well!
Trash audit to Stanford: you stink!
The New York Times tells you what you like.
The “psychiatry bible” is being updated.
Mark Warren of Esquire has a somewhat contentious interview with Weekly Standard writer Matt Labash
**ON THIS DAY:**
In 1846, the fire extinguisher is patented.
Glenn Beck allegedly born in 1964. We’ll believe it when we see the birth certificate.
Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu, the original articulator of “separation of powers” died in 1755.