Even on light duty, Bill Hobbs puts out some great stuff.
In this post Hobbs quotes from George Korda a guest columnist in the Knoxville News-Sentinel, who shows how Governor Don Sundquist's own words have come back to haunt him. It's great.
Here, Hobbs scoops Half-Bakered on his own turf! I'm so embarrassed. He noticed a letter to the editor in the Commercial Appeal, which led to a story in the CA's business section that he remembered, and did the leg work. I admit giving not-enough notice to the business section. He produces some good results. This is why he's a role model for me and my blog.
And lastly, Hobbs references a Wall Street Journal story [registration required] about low-tax states that has implications for Tennessee. Namely, that we might benefit greatly from much lower taxes, but our neighbor states would likely lobby against it for their own sakes.
Our hat's off to Bill for his fine work.
Until next time, that is all.
Your Working Boy