Linkswarm for December 22, 2010

A few bite-sized links of interest for the holiday season:

  • Michael Barone digs deeper into the census data. Among the tidbits: Five of the seven states with no state income tax gained the most population, and the other two each gained the most within their region, and immigration seems to have slowed in the last decade.
  • More on redistricting from lefty election wonk Nate Silver.
  • China’s housing bubble is worse on a percentage of GNP basis than the U.S. or Japan.
  • California’s Treasurer claims that the state economy is not in trouble, but is merely resting. He also asserted it has beautiful plummage.
  • We’ve got spirit, yes we do!/I killed a buck, how about you?

(Hat tips: Instapundit, mostly.)

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2 Responses to “Linkswarm for December 22, 2010”

  1. Earl Cooley III says:

    I hope you’ll comment on Net Neutrality, Lawrence. I’d like to hear what you have to say on that topic.

  2. […] Last week I mentioned that China’s Housing bubble is already worse than America and Japan’s respective bubbles. […]

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