I keep thinking I should have something to say here this morning. But I don’t.
- Independence Party targets students for state caucuses which will also be held on March 2. More information about the caucuses available on their website.
- The Picket Line is a weblog run by a guy who’s decided to stop paying as much tax as he can, legally. How? By simplifying his life so he needs to earn less, and then taking every deduction and qualifying for every tax-credit he can. Me, I’m not as aggressive about it as he is, but there are some useful tips in his FAQ and I’m pretty sure that buying a house is going to help out on the taxes in the long-run. I am rather surprised he’s trying to do all that while living in San Francisco, though. I’m pretty sure it would be easier to do just about anywhere else in the country.
- Foes Assault Passenger Screening, asking Congress to put in some privacy safeguards.
- GAO Slams CAPS II—Hot Potato Now in White House, after the head of the TSA’s Office of National Risk Assessment resigned. Does this mean we’ll see an ends to CAPPS II? Probably not, but it might set it back a bit. [boing boing]
- Koscielski’s Gun Shop is under attack (again) as the City of Minneapolis is trying to shut it down. I plan to stop by and talk to Mark to find out more details, and will post them when I know more. For now it looks as though the legal fund at the TCF at 5500 Nicollet Ave in Minneapolis is the best bet if you want to do something to help.