Some bits and pieces for your afternoon:
As we wrap up the whole national nostalgia for the moon landing, here’s a rendering of what the news coverage of it would look like if it had happened today - via Alan Jacobs of The American Scene. And hopefully closing the children’s book battle, Noah rethinks and explains.
Washington’s one and only Watergate hotel is essentially repossesed by the lenders.
Gene Healy worries about our statist generation in the Examiner.
Technology Liberation Front points to the brewing storm between two idols of that generation: Obama and Google.