Last Week's Top 5 Hit & Run Posts


Here's what you were reading last week at Hit & Run:

The Breitbart Dilemma, by Matt Welch  (10/7)

Probation, Fine, and Financial Ruin: The Penalty for Not Committing a Crime, by Jacob Sullum  (10/8)

Weed in Review, by Peter Suderman (10/5)

Praise Our Nobel Laureate, You Churlish Anti-American, by Michael C. Moynihan  (10/9)

Michael Steele's Medicare Mistake, by Peter Suderman (10/6)

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  1. Coleman, I’ve had the most absurd nightmare. I was poor and no one liked me. I lost my job, I lost my house. Penelope hated me. And it was all because of this terrible, awful Negro.

  2. Comment on reruns? Nah. I’d rather use this space to note that Google, who periodically alters its famous home page logo to commemorate Important Dates, today has chosen not to acknowledge Columbus Day. PC? You bet.

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