- It was fascinating to see Barack Obama warning us not to leap to conclusions about the killings at Fort Hood, Texas-- after the way he leaped to conclusions over the arrest of Henry Louis Gates, when he knew less about the facts than we already know about the massacre at Fort Hood.
- An e-mail from a reader says that liberals like to take the moral high ground, even though their own moral relativism means that there is no moral high ground.
- There is no point dwelling on all the foolish mistakes we have made in our lives. For one thing, it can be very time-consuming.
- If politicians stopped meddling with things they don't understand, there would be a more drastic reduction in the size of government than anyone in either party advocates.
If you like the above then the artticle contains many more sayings from Sowell. I especially liked the Ft Hood-Obama reference. It would appear that Obama is selective in the things he doesnt wish to rush to judgement.