5 Blogs you need to read today

Smitty at The Other McCain writes about the Left’s need to control… everything

Bearing Arms has the latest wacko Gun Control Cult idea. Disarming cops 

College Insurrection has the latest moronic idea from College Feminuts

Gateway Pundit ha the latest on the “innocent angel” who a RAAAAACIST police officer gunned down for shooting at him

The Lonely Conservative notes how Obama learns everything from watching the news

The Left thinks everything is a right

Well, except for freedoms of religion, association, speech, and the right to keep and bear arms of course. But jobs, health care, housing, and yes, now WiFi are rights!

Good news from would-be president Martin O’Malley: “WiFi is a human right”

Jon Ward of Yahoo News wonders if the next human right is the right to Frosted Flakes.

“Baby boomers and older were often told that if we specialize in terms of our skills, we will be more secure and prosperous, that the definition of ‘making it” was living out in the suburbs as far way as possible with the biggest lawn possible,” he said. “Young people have flipped that on its head. Younger people are choosing to live in cities. They realize that connections to each other are making us better. That WiFi is a human right. That proximity is important to entrepreneurship, access to capital and talent and diversity. There is an opportunity there for us as a nation to embrace that new perspective.”

I don’t follow Maryland politics so I can’t say whether O’Malley might be capable of believing something this stupid on the merits. Let’s be charitable, then, and assume that it’s just his goofy way of getting liberals’ attention while he’s busy trying to decide whether to primary Hillary. . . .

I’m kind of forced to follow Maryland politics, and I assure you that O’Malley is indeedstupid progressive enough to imagine that anything that could he could steal tax from one group (usually a rural group who doesn’t vote for him)  to give to another group, particularly an urban group who votes for him, is indeed, a “human right”, while it serves its purpose. Governors in Maryland, and O’Malley in particular have acted essentially as governors for the urban core of the state, and the plantation owner of the rural fringe.