Here's the problem with reading Overcoming Bias: if you see a post and think, "oh, that's good, I should link to it!" you can't, because there's going to be an equally good one in another day or two.
Every once and awhile, though, there's something that seems to rise above the rest and be worth linking to, like yesterday's post The Two-Party Swindle, on the problems of the American party system. "I'll link to that tomorrow," I thought. He doesn't talk about politics all that often, so it seemed to stand out. But then I boot up the computer today and see two more political posts just as good: The American System and Misleading Labels and Stop Voting For Nincompoops. The second was especially worthwhile, as it helped egg me along in my contemplating of voting for Jon Stewart in the next general election. Now, however, I'm falling into the trap of linking everything Eliezer writes. Damn!
(Oh, and I also owe him for linking this George Orwell essay.)