Deep Thought

DEEP THOUGHT….Yes, the Human Events list of the “Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries” is amusing, but it’s the honorable mentions that are just moonbat crazy. Check it out.

But I remain unsatisfied. I want names. In particular, I want to know who voted for The Origin of Species, and I also want to know the name of the nitwit listmaker who was too scientifically illiterate to get the title right. Fess up, guys.

In comments, I invite my readers to make up their own list. I’ll start with Arthur Laffer’s napkin, since that, rather than actual books, seems to be what passes for scholarly analysis in conservative circles these days.

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