If your blog reading has been slow and you've missed any of NOT PC since the start of July, then have no fear -- here's the best posts of NOT PC since July 1, as judged by you the visiting reader, you the linking blogger, and me and my own superior judgement.
- Are the Greens ten feet tall?
Some of the 'highlights' from Green high-flyers' speeches at their party conference -- including how the Treaty of Waitangi cures cancer...
- Jordan Bad Luck
Labour's Hunua high-flyer Jordan "I find trade immoral" Carter explains he was a knob when he was 'young.' He's now twenty-six.
- Dirty old trains
What's the greenest way to travel? Wrong. If you want to increase carbon emissions, then get out of your 4WD, and get into a train. These are the real carbon behemoths.
- The forecasting delusion
Economists can never get it right, so why are their crystal balls taken seriously?
- No Veitch
No, I won't be commenting on Tony Veitch -- so why was this the fifth most popular post last week? Beats the hell out of me.
- Take off your slippers, John Key...
...and start putting the boot in! Susie the Libertarian gives the best radio rant you're going to hear this month.
- The Green business oxymoron
Green business experience? Might as well talk about nomadic urban planning. Or Australian culture.
- What a character
Stephen Franks argues that a candidate's character is more important than his policy. No wonder he's standing for National.
- Expo 2000 pavilion - architect Thomas Herzog and structural engineer Julius Natterer
Who knew you could do this with timber!
And of course, don't miss the Objectivist blog carnival over at Ed's place - everything from McCain to Rockwell, from ecology to freedom of speech. It's all right here at this week's Objectivist round-up.