The Denver Post has a front page article
today on the city’s “Gang Reduction Initiative of Denver,” or GRID.
The papers says GRID “is funded by a $2.2 million grant from the Department of Justice.” This is Newspeak designed to make the federal government, via the Department of Justice, appear to be a benevolent, kind entity.
A more accurate and truthful sentence would say that GRID “is funded by the federal government borrowing money your great grandchildren must pay back.”
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[ January 4, 2013; 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ] Join fellow liberty advocates for happy hour this Friday, January 4! Kick off the new year right with plenty of friends, great conversations and cold drinks. We’ll be meeting at the Rock Bottom Brewery from 7-9 pm. 8980 Villa La Jolla Drive, La Jolla, CA Happy New Year – hope to see you tonight! [...] [...]
Come to the Warehouse near Jack London Square next Tuesday to meet liberty lovers of all stripes. We are a social and educational organization dedicated to promoting networking among all free market and individual rights oriented groups in the bay area. In the future we would like to have fun educational events and expand the network to bring in those less aware of politics, economics and philosophy while maintaining our primary goal of bringing liberty lovers together over libations in the less-than-friendly environment of the Bay [...] [...]
Frank Tapy, in a letter to the Denver Post editor today, writes: The giant corporate polluters who believe their profits would be threatened by legislation to protect the environment are unlikely to alter their denials; nevertheless, private citize… [...]
The Cato Institute is seeking interns for the summer, fall and spring terms. Responsibilities include research assistance to Cato’s policy directors, assisting at Cato events, some clerical chores, attendance at Cato events, and weekly seminars and readings. Candidates should be undergraduates, regardless of major, recent graduates, or graduate students who have a strong commitment to [...] [...]
Use Your JD to Work for Liberty! Many law firms are asking their incoming first-year associates to defer their start dates and are offering stipends for these associates to work at public interest organizations. Some law schools are also offering their graduates funding for a number of months under similar conditions. And plenty of new [...] [...]
The Cato Institute seeks a policy analyst to work on economic development issues at the Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity. The position requires the candidate to have several years of public policy related work experience and skills in writing, editing and policy advocacy. Regional expertise on Africa or Central or Eastern Europe, fluency in [...] [...]