Tomorrow I will post Carnival of Liberty XLIX. While you're waiting for that, try these:
Cornel West's Favorite Communist, by David Horowitz (FrontPageMag.com)
Guest workers aren't cheap; they're expensive, by Phyllis Schlafly (Townhall.com)
Clinton Links GOP Policies to More Storms (wrongly, of course), from the Associated Press (via Breitbart.com)
A review of Not Even Wrong: The Failure of String Theory and the Continuing Challenge to Unify the Laws of Physics, by John Cornwell (Times Online)
Libertarianism and Poverty, by Arnold Kling (TCS Daily)
Coulter clash on LI, at Newsday
New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton called the book a "vicious, mean-spirited attack," and said, "Perhaps her book should have been called 'Heartless.'"
Coulter responded to Clinton on the radio show yesterday: "I think if she's worried about people being mean to women she should have a talk with her husband."
Why Do We Spend So Much on Defense?, by Justin Logan (Cato@Liberty)
Answer: Because, in addition to fighting terrorists, which you wrongly think can be done on the cheap, we must be prepared to ensure that the next generation of ambitious regimes (e.g., Russia) doesn't try to pull a "Munich" on us. That's why, you libertarian nay-sayer.
Starving the Beast, by Greg Mankiw (Greg Mankiw's Blog)
See especially this linked article. See also my post, Starving the Beast, Updated.
More Saddam Terrorist Ties Discovered, by Lorie Byrd (Wizbang!)
Next: WMD. Bush lied?
Motives, by Don Boudreaux (Cafe Hayek)
Haditha: Backtrack Baby, Backtrack, by Mary Katharine Ham (Hugh Hewitt)
Why I cannot trust the Democrats, by Jon Henke (QandO)